Forum Title: Bathroom sink drainage problem.
My vanity was stolen by the tenant so I bought a new one. A handyman installed it for me but encountered difficulties. The pipe that comes from the wall including the p trap have the larger diameter like the kitchen sink drain pipes and it was too long so he needed to use a flexible pipe from the sink to the p trap which he shove into the larger diameter p trap, the flexible pipe doesn't go vertically down but makes an angle, and th p-trap is rotated 90 degrees so it's parallel to the wall instead of being perpendicular. The drain is not good enough, if the current from the tap is not weak, water accumulates in the sink. What could be the reason for that?
Category: Plumber Post By: VIOLA ZIMMERMAN (Greeley, CO), 07/04/2016

The reason is the plumbing is completely, horribly wrong. Hire a licensed plumber to plumb it correctly. And do not hire that clueless handyman again.

- GEORGIA WOLFE (Tulsa, OK), 09/27/2017

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