|Posted by Tom Stock on January 21, 2003 at 10:25:47:|
|In response to Should I replace?|
Do you think it would be easier/less expensive to replace the flange myself? Cut the drain line then install a new PVC fitting using one of those rubber gaskets? What is best used to cut the cast iron drain lines? I've cut a 2" one with a hack saw before, but 4" seems kinda big to do that.
: : My wife and I just moved into a new (to us) house built in 1966. The downstairs bath toilet was leaking and caused bubbling in the 3/4" plywood attached to the subfloor. I started ripping it up, when I realized that the floor flange appears to be permanently attached to the cast iron drain line. Is this normal? It appears to be attached with a soft metal (I can scratch it easily with a screwdriver).
: : I need to rip up the plywood from around the flange and then reinstall new plywood around it. How should I remove the flange? Or should I?
: : Thanks in advance!!!
: : Tom
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