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    ABS closet flange too high. What to do?

    The guys who roughed in the plumbing during my bathroom remodel apparently set the closet pipe too high. Either that or I didn't make the joint from the flange to the pipe correctly.

    I finished...
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    Thanks Terry. Nice pictures :-) That cpvc U...

    Thanks Terry. Nice pictures :-)

    That cpvc U was a temporary fix to a tragic SawsAll accident when I was removing the wallboard. It only needed to last until your crew showed up, but it leaked...
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    Here's a picture of the cross fitting. Do I need...

    Here's a picture of the cross fitting. Do I need to replace it?

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    I'll give you a call around 9 AM tomorrow to order the toilet.

    Thanks,
    JRG
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    Here are some details of my existing flange and...

    Here are some details of my existing flange and piping. As you can see, I've removed the rotten floor and I'm down to the joists.
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    I'd like to replace this flange and raise it to sit...
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    Interesting. This is all original construction,...

    Interesting. This is all original construction, which I "assume" was inspected when the house was built.

    It's hard to tell what my venting really looks like, because it's all in the one wet wall....
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    Back-to-back toilet installation

    Ouch! I hadn't considered that the waste line itself might be leaking.

    I understand about Y-ing out lower in the wall, but I don't understand about reventing 42 inches above the floor.

    It...
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    Back-to-back toilet installation

    My house was built in the 60s. It has two upstairs bathrooms and the toilets are installed back-to-back. The waste lines are copper and bronze!

    One of the toilets has had a long standing leak...
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