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Could I use this Sanitary tee with left and right inlet?

Yes, that is what the tee is made for. There can be issues with two drains facing each other, especially if they are toilets or other fixtures with a high flow. A simpler arrangement would be to use a ...
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Double vanity, one sink drains slowly

Updated Answer: If you have access to the venting for the left sink and can revise it so that the vent connects above the fixture drain, then you can wet vent the right sink through the left sink's ...
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Sink backup 14 story condo

Sounds like it's time to get the plumber back and do more work to completely clear the grease blockage, and not just open it up slightly. There could also have been a second restriction that didn't ...
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How to fix a slow draining sink?

using a plunger worked for me. After doing some repair work on the pipes right under my kitchen sink, the draining slowed dramatically. No venting hole apparent, seemed to be an air vacuum problem. At ...
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2 Sinks, one Drain Arm. Slow drain and gurgling

It's because you're draining into a combo. That is supposed to be a sanitary tee.
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Sink drain is slightly misaligned relative to trap

The evident minimal approach if you're in some backwards jurisdiction that requires metal drain pipes (as approved by the city council, that has been well-bribed by the plumber's union, say) is a ...
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Sink drain is slightly misaligned relative to trap

The solution is almost always the same: Move the trap arm, often by the addition of an elbow near the stack. I didn't read your entire tome, but I would be taking things apart back to the tee between ...
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Can I still install an undermount sink if the quartz cutout is as big as the cabinet width?

No. The opening is too big. The width isn't the biggest problem. Even if you replaced or modified the cabinet, the opening is too close to the back wall and it has been cut crudely with uneven rough ...
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