Damaged Toilet Drain Pipe
Hi, I'm new to this forum.
I'm renovating a powder room. The biggest part of the job is removing and replacing the tile floor / sub-floor. This also means I had to remove the toilet flange. In the process of removing the flange I damaged the drain pipe. Not sure it could be avoided as it is pretty soft; lead I guess. In any case, I will need to repair this. What is the proper approach.
Is this an acceptable coupling?
With the advice I received here I was able to cut this down to the copper with a clean and straight cut. I ended up using my IR cutoff tool for a rough cut and then finished off with my Dremel tool using a large screw clamp as a straight edge. Worked perfectly.
I got a Fernco Proflex coupling from the local plumbing store. I went in looking for a 3007-33 for a 3" PVC to copper but they didn't carry it. Instead I left with a 3001-33, which fits but is specified for CI to PVC.
Will this be okay or should I find a 3007-33? Once this is installed, getting to it will be near impossible.