copper vanity dwv fitting problem


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Old 10-31-06, 09:52 AM
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copper vanity dwv fitting problem

Hello all,

I have a problem that maybe someone can help with.

I am in the final stages of a bath remodel.
The wife decided to go with another vanity cabinet
rather than the one we originaly bought for the project.

This vanity is like a peice of furniture with drawers and fancy legs.

My problem is the 1 1/4" male dwv drain fitting coming through the wall is to short in recpect to the vanity.. when I put the p trap into the wall there is only 1" of clearance between the shelf (top of the drawers) and the p pipe flange. a standard j trap nor a shorty j will fit in this space.... I cant cut the legs off the vanity, I cant cut a hole in the top of the shelf because of the drawers I cant raise the drain because its tiled over...

I'm thinking of using a s trap configuation but I cant seem to
be able to find a fitting that will make the turn into the existing
dwv fitting in the wall....

Any advice? thanks.....

Slim
 
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Old 11-01-06, 09:11 AM
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I found a 1 1/4" 90 coupling at lowes that worked just fine...
Thanks anyway

Slim
 
 

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