I excavated a wall in the corner of my basement and found what I'm assuming is a drain pipe, but the location has me baffled. It's literally in the corner of my basement. The placement doesn't seem ideal for a shower, sink, or toilet and there is a bathroom just 15 feet away.
Oddly, there's a 20 amp duplex outlet installed in conduit right next to a 15 amp outlet that was just nailed to a stud.
Could this be part of a french drain or something else related to a sump? I don't see any signs of a post pour addition of a french drain.
If the picture I'm attaching works, it's either a 4 or 5 inch pipe that's capped.
I noticed a crack in the pvc, so I started excavating to repair it, whatever it is. Inside is a smaller piece of corrugated pipe, maybe 2 inches across. It looks like it's wet. The part of the elbow that's under the concrete doesn't seem to have any pvc leading from it.
Does this help identify what I have here?