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Odor from bathroom whenever upstair neighbor takes a bath

Posted by rosweet (My Page) on
Tue, May 10, 11 at 13:02

I posted the same msg in Bathroom Forum, but figured this is probably a better forum for this question. I'm living in the second floor of three floor building. Whenever my upstair neighbor took a bath, I can smell the odor from the bathroom. I can't really pin-point where it is from, and the odor isn't bad, but smell like soapy water. There was a leak about 6 months ago from their bathtub, but since then they had fixed the issue. Do you think it's from my bathtub drainage, trap issue or there is a potential leak?


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RE: Odor from bathroom whenever upstair neighbor takes a bath

Do the bath vent fans share duct work? Does your have a damper that closes when not in use?


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RE: Odor from bathroom whenever upstair neighbor takes a bath

Shared vent or still leaking (and maybe both).


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