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Might be the problem, especially when you can't get to those pipes, always use 2 inch. If you had a vent problem, the water would gurgle out very slow, and the toilet wouldn't flush. The 2 inch trap at the tub is a must, it will never clog, and you shouldn't have to worry about it. I'm surprised that they built it that way. Most drain lines are 3 inch with a vent at the farthest point, so all the smaller lines would be 2 inch all the way to the roof except for the p-traps at the sinks. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 01, 2010
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