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I am relocating a sink and I am rotating the tub (actually replacing the tub with a shower) in position and it will cover the area under which I have the drain for the current sink Should I remove it prior to this or I can leave it where it is and cap it and hide it in the wall ?

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  • If it feeds a floor drain, be sure that fhe floor drain is still being fed to avoid the trap drying out. – Jasen Aug 15 '20 at 6:22
  • If I add (move) the sink somewhere else on the same drain wouldnt that take care of this? – MiniMe Aug 15 '20 at 10:49
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    yes, that would work – Jasen Aug 15 '20 at 11:50
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You can cap it, but you have to use an ABS glue cap, not pressure fitted coloured caps.

If you are cutting anything back, past any T or Y connectors, make sure you do not sever the dry-vent connection to the rest of the plumbing.

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It's fine to cap it and leave it within the wall.

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