|Posted by Gary Swart on August 06, 2004 at 14:07:10:|
|In response to Re: toilet flange|
I don't know of anyway to level it short of cutting and replacing at least some of the pipe and/or fittings. But, whatever you have to do, do it now because the flange has to set level. I have some concerns about the use of "various elbows". Putting curves in a toilet drain is not the best practice. You should not glue the flange to the drain until the finished floor is down. That way you will have it set at the proper depth.
: Hi, there. Thanks in advance for any help.
: I have just finished moving a basement bathroom toilet drain pipe over a few inches by various elbows bought at home depot. I thought I had it perfect until, after I had glued the pieces together, I realized that the flange was not level. I haven't poured the concrete to refill the hole because I thought there might be a way to level it without having to replace all the pipe fittings, which because of my situation, would be necessary. Any suggestions?
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