Replacing a Flange


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Old 03-04-02, 10:32 AM
tjdl5
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Replacing a Flange

Renovating a bathroom. Everything is going great. Except when the toilet was removed the 40 year old flange broke but only on one side. There appear to be several options: replace the entire flange, replace the flange and flow to the pipe or 'fix' the borken flange. What is the best option? If you tell me to replace the flange and the flow to the pipe, can I use a Home Depot version? Is there a trick to chiseling out the old flange from the concrete? Please address all questions or refer me to a complete help site. Thanks.
 
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Old 03-05-02, 04:45 AM
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Cool

You can get a repair flange that will span the broken part.
Go to www.quickfixplumbingproducts.com for more information.
Good luck!
Mike
 
 

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