|Posted by Terry Love on May 06, 2002 at 12:47:57:|
|In response to Re: PVC to Cast Iron|
The lead can be removed using a combination of drill with beit and a sawzall to cut portions of the lead joint out. A screwdriver will help pry out the remaining lead. Fernco makes a rubber bushing that fits in the hub of the cast iron. From that point, you can run plastic the rest of the way. Terry Love
: it's been recommended that the BEST way to fix the problem is to remove the lead pipe
: i'm not really sure how to remove the lead pipe and the lead and oakum joint and then make the
: any advice or information would be greatly appreciated.
: i want to fix this so I don't have a recurring problem 6 months down the road.
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