|Posted by hj on March 03, 2002 at 14:38:33:|
|In response to Re: Toilet flange removal andinstall new one.|
I would cut part of the old one off and then separate the remainder of the flange from the pipe. The problem is that if it is not done properly, the pipe will crack and then you will have to break up the floor to install a new one.
: ...our house is on a concrete slab..We are out in the country and have to use a septic tank.. The toilet flange is made of PVC and is connected to a 4" PVC waste drain that is connected to the septic tank.. We have had problems with this toilet bowl wobbling and the flange is over 1/2 " above floor. How do I remove the old flange and install a new one to be flush with the floor ???
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