pull the washers flex hose out of the stand pipe, using a tape measure, slowly, feed the tape down the pipe till it hits the fitting. you will be able, to feel if the fitting is a 90 or a ptrap by the amount of resistance on thhe tape measure old country boy trick
Thank you for the suggestion. Unfortunately my utility room has no space for a laundry tub. I pulled back some more of the drywall today and saw that the standpipe goes straight down into the foundation, leaving me a little puzzled as to where the trap and vent may be (if they do exist at all). Think I may just call a plumber to get sorted...
I think a laundry tub installed to accept the flow will get you away from having to go to a 2in drain (grandfathering).
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