|Posted by hj on July 26, 19100 at 09:00:47:|
|In response to Re: Toilet flange on concrete floor|
I do not really understand the question, since the flange always fits over the pipe, unless you have a special, usually replacement situation, that requires an inside flange. And even then the installation has to be such that an inside flange will work, since there are only a couple of configurations that are amenable to an inside flange. Normally a flange that fits over the pipe will slide down to the floor.
: I am installing a toilet onto a concrete floor. A 4" closet flange fits nicely over the pipe, however I understand I need the closet flange to fit inside this pipe since it needs to be level with the floor. What can I do?
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