if a trap sits for 3 or 4 days with out use, the water will dry up. you have 2 options either pour a 1/2 gallon of water down the drain every couple of days. or install a trap primer. that works of of pressure differential. in your line basically, when you use the faucet, it squirts some water into the trap
It could have been a bell trap but hard to tell. I would think the bucket around the pipe would be a little bigger. If it was a bell trap and the drain is plugged you wouldn't be getting sewer gases. Pour several buckets of water or run a hose into it. If it drains and only holds water in the bottom then it's not a bell trap but a p-trap below. If it is not draining have it cleaned. It's useless if it's plugged. if you don't need it to be clear and useful, put a plug in it.
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