I do try to educate myself whenever feasible but one can only learn so much in a lifetime. It would be next to impossible to "know everything"Red_Army wrote: ↑ You would think someone who pays so much attention to detail would want to educate themselves on how to do things properly behind the walls as well as in front.
The AAV you used must be installed above the flood level rim of the fixture(s) it serves, Which would be the height of the counter). It also wouldn’t pass being installed in a closed cabinet.
Also your maximum fall to your vent connection must not exceed 1 pipe diameter so your right bowl sink as well as where you claim your tied into your “vent stack” would also not meet code.
You’re doing your own plumbing. You are pretending
Thanks again for your helpful tips. I will try to rectify the issues. As I said before, the AAV is only placed there (without glue) so I don't lose it. I do intend to move it as high as I can (just below the counter top). I know it wouldn't pass code but in term of being functional, I doubt I will have functioning issues because my cabinets are far from being "air tight". I used inset doors and leave 1/8" gap all around the door for air flow.
I am not sure if it makes any difference but my venting stack is 3" in diameter and it was put in by the builder. I only extended the pipe a little longer.
If attempting to renovate my own house is "pretending" then I guess I am but I never claim to be an expert in any of it. Most of what I do is brand new to me (this is my first time renovating a house). I have no background in any of the trade. I only have a little experience with woodworking. Nothing else. Even for woodworking, I am only intermediate at best (definitely not an expert).