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    Leaking faucet, need help

    DIY homeowner here with some plumbing experience, but not on one of these (see pictures). I was unable to find one like it on the web. It looks like I need to remove the faucets from below and then...
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    You're right, Terry. I removed the old brass...

    You're right, Terry. I removed the old brass flange because it was damaged on one side and flush on the stone slab. I need to add the backerboard, thinset, and tile. I might have been able to use...
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    Thank you Mr Swart. But can you be a little more...

    Thank you Mr Swart. But can you be a little more specific? What is the reasoning behind your assessment of the situation?
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    Okay. First of all, thanks for the input. But...

    Okay. First of all, thanks for the input. But this is not an expansion flange, just a passive triple gasket seal. Granted, it may not last forever (what does?), but I don't have a lot of options...
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    I guess the proper solution would be to extend...

    I guess the proper solution would be to extend the drain with some sort of collar and then lead caulk a new brass flange at floor level. Unfortunately, that's beyond my skill level. Here's the unit...
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    New Toilet Flange, Stone Slab Floor

    Hi. I'm hoping somebody has encountered this situation and may have a suggestion.

    The floor in our 2nd floor bath is a mashup. Most is 3/4" plywood, with some concrete sections around the...
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