How do I best connect my drain lines to make the rubber-pvc and pvc-metal transitions water tight?
I've got a washer and drawer washer combo with a drain line for each. There's no vent pipe to the roof and the drain in the wall is galvanized or something along those lines.
The pvc 'solution' I have at this point is just hand tight, so water can leak a little at the pvc-metal transition and gray drain line to pvc transition. The studor vent has helped tremendously in cutting down sewer smell, but the rest of the fitting probably still leaks some sewer gas. In case the pics aren't shown, I have two gray, rubber, 3/4" diameter, corrugated washer drain lines pushed into a 3/4" x 1-1/2" slip pvc adaptor. Both of those adaptors are connected to a 3-way T PVC. A studor vent is attached via a vertical stand pipe of maybe 18" to the middle connection on the 3-way T. That 3-way is connected via a 45 degree connector over the metal drain pipe in the wall.