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    Broken toilet cast iron drain pipe

    The cast iron flange on my 4" toilet drain needed to be replaced. (I rather not say why). I removed all of the packing around the outside of the pipe, which in hind sight, I may not have needed to do. I purchased an Otey cast iron screw in flange. I lubed the threads, was I saw on some videos...
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    Ignore previous post. I'll repost.

    Ignore previous post. I'll repost.
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    Broken 4" cast iron toilet drain pipe

    Greetings from Michigan. This should have been an easy DIY project, but I had to complicate things. Plumbers Mario Master Plumber, Master Plumber with more than 20 years of experience Available 697 Satisfied customers Chat with a Plumber for personalized help Repair advice for hot water...
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