|Posted by Tom Kringstad on April 26, 2003 at 16:21:24:|
|In response to Re: Toilet Flange|
I have a cast iron soil stack with a cast iron flange in a 50 year old home. The notches for the flange are a bit worn, and consequently the bolts are difficult to tighten, resulting in a toilet bowl that is not as securely fastened to the floor as I would like. I'm curious what the best options are to remedy the situation.
I have seen the plastic flange described in a previous post that is threaded and has a rubber gasket. However, I don't think I can simply "stack" the two flanges as the height off the floor will be too much. Are there any relatively simple solutions short of hiring a plumber to remove the old cast iron flange?
Thanks for any suggestions,
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