|Posted by Terry Love on January 19, 19101 at 11:52:43:|
|In response to Re: Intimate question on copper toilet flange|
: Now that I have your attention.
: : I have a toilet flange for a 3" copper pipe and
This is a risky procedure.
Heating a 3" flange hot enough to pull it off in place, with wood around is dangerous.
You can use either acetylene or propane. Copper melts at a higher temperature than the lead.
You may also consider cutting the flange and 90 bend off and using a mission style coupling that goes from copper pipe size and plastic pipe size, or even cast iron.
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