|Posted by hj on September 19, 1999 at 00:44:50:|
|In response to Re: Thanks Terry and for old plumbing answer but job just got bigger..|
When you do a lot of these, you find they are often easier than they look. Thanks for the boost.
: hj must be a quicker plumber than I am. From the looks of the picture, it is going to be a bit tricky with the water lines so near. However, I think hj could do it. I've been reading his posts now for three years, and he does know his plumbing! By the way, nice picture Ronda. Terry
: : If only all your problems were so easy to fix. It just requires melting out the existing lead joint, and installing a new cast-iron closet bend. The hardest part is pouring the horizontal joint, which for a plumber is no problem at all. An hour, two at the most for a slow plumber, and a little bit of material.
: : : After we removed the subfloor we could see a crack in the pipe to the tolet. I guess it is time to call a
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