|Posted by hj on January 03, 2004 at 08:25:42:|
|In response to Re: broken/disintegrated/rusted cast iron toilet flange|
Normally the flange is installed after the concrete is poured so there is a "hole" in the concrete and replacing the flange is an easy job for a competent plumber. If it was installed first and the concrete poured around it, then it has to be "chopped" out and that might be a job for a plumber so the pipe itself is not damaged, nor the floor around the toilet so no repairs have to be made.
: Where it's supposed to hold the bolts- it doesn't hold the bolts anymore. And, it is in a basement, installed in a concrete floor. How in the world do I fix or replace this??
: It is a 4" cast iron drain.
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