2" Sanitary Tee vs. Wye

I added a Utility Tub to my laundry room. I tied the into a 2" Horizontal PVC Drain using a 2" Sanitary Tee (instead of a Wye). I just realized that this may not be code since Tee's are mainly for Vertical drains. Is this going to cause problems for me?
Thanks in Advance, -a12vman
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Did you pull a permit? Does it work? If no and yes, then no.
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You can usually use either as long as the flow is the right way. Often the choice is based on the space you have to work in. A Wye poses less of a restriction to larger solid waste. For a Tub, I think it is OK.
I pulled a permit and was a little disappointed when the inspector only listened to me describe the work while he stood in the middle of the room and pronounced "sounds great to me" When I asked if he even wanted to turn on a faucet, he said "I would if you were a contractor but homeowners who dare to do this work usually do it above code" I was thinking "whatever"

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the main problem is that you may not be able to get a cable to go thru the fitting. if the horizontal run already has a cleanout, it's not a big deal.

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a12vman wrote:

only if you have to snake it.
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