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    Default Replacing floor drain bowl in basement

    I live in a 48 yr old house. About 3 yrs ago the sewer backed up into my basement. The city supplied me with a "check ball" (see attached) to screw into the floor drain threads. But unfortunately the bowl is very rusty and "ball" would not screw in. Tried cleaning the threads with a rotary brush but they are in too bad a shape. Is there a way to replace the bowl or a better way to clean the threads?
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    Last edited by carpnet; 07-03-2008 at 08:02 AM.

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    Retired Defense Industry Engineer jadnashua's Avatar
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    I think the only threads on that are on those wings which have some screw holes to hold a cover.
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    I would just plug it with a "Test Plug" AKA "Dollar Plug"
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