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    Default Repairing PVC double sanitary tee?

    Hi folks..I did a stupid thing last night. And I know the right answer. Im just curious if I can avoid the hell it will be :-)

    While trying to remove the toilet flange so I could put down another layer of subfloor, I reefed on it too hard and cracked the (suspiciously off color) downstream double sanitary tee with side inlet. It's not broken off, so theoretically I'm able to peel it back, prime & glue the crack, and not have to tear the whole thing apart.

    Wondering if this is a common repair, absolute insanity, etc. I'll attach a pic. It's the right side hub, cracked where it meets the side inlet hub. Hard to see the crack in the pic but it's a good 270 degrees around. It's the line that doesn't make the 90 degree turn to the left, that's a casting line.

    thanks,
    jim
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