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Dec 22 '13 at 20:30 comment added bcworkz As mentioned, you cannot use an AAV because of the fans. A proper fix would also involve properly venting fans separate from the waste vent. Even then, an AAV is not a solution, as they are for individual fixtures, not a waste stack vent for multiple bathrooms. I do recognize the issues with venting fans and admit using the waste vent is a clever albeit illegal solution. Fixing the vent through the roof will get everything working even if it's technically still wrong.
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Dec 18 '13 at 1:50 comment added Edwin I can't imagine an air admittance valve would be acceptable to vent all the drains in a three apartment building from a practical standpoint. Your fix doesn't pass my smell test. You might have to do a proper fix. Does your building have a fund for this sort of thing... Do you pay maintenance fees?
Dec 18 '13 at 0:58 comment added David Kerr Yep, I bought the place. I'm from the uk - apartment here doesn't mean rented. Just another word for a flatted property.
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Dec 18 '13 at 0:43 comment added Ecnerwal Apartment, as in you rent - make a stink (pun freely intended) to the landlord, and get it fixed right (yes, breaking into walls as needed.) Apartment but you really mean a place you bought (ie, some would call it a condo) you need to sort out who is responsible for what, where - but the end result is that you still need to fix it right - it's just going to cost you more, probably.
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