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Old 01-13-2022, 11:28 AM   #2
Carl n Susan
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M.O.C. #4831
Not having a FL model, I am guessing here, but I don't believe you have an air admittance valve in the bathroom sink. I believe there is a standard P trap and vent stack line in the wall. I could be wrong, I have been before.

More likely is the common problem of being prepped for a washer/dryer close by and hot having them. The water supply lines for the washer/dryer need to be flushed periodically as they can develop "skunky" water which you will smell at the sink.
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