|Posted by hj on June 02, 2003 at 23:40:04:|
|In response to Re: Cracked PVC|
If the tee is cracked then you should have to remove it and install a new one. This is not normally an easy job. You should not have been able to even start to remove the pipe from the tee, without the proper tool, but then you would not be in the situation you are now in.
: I am remodeling an upstairs bathroom and had a cracked toilet flange (PVC). I attempted to cut and twist it out (got it pretty far) and cracked the T joint that it is in. I have removed the subfloor around the joint. What are the step in replacing the joint? Do I simply cut around it and replace?
: Thank you,
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