I was replacing the shower head and accidently broke off the “Extension” pipe that the Head attaches to. The remaining of the “Extension” pipe (which is the polished chrome color copper) end is still in the Galvanized 90 Deg. “Elbow” rough-in pipe BEHIND THE WALL. Is there a trick in getting it out without tearing into the wall and replacing the 90 Deg. “Elbow”? Maybe by using a special tool, propane torch,…WHATEVER?…Your assistance is appreciated.
You can tell people things like cutting the thread long ways but 9 out of ten will cut through the fitting , sometimes plumbers solder them in then nothing will get them out so i tell them the easyout and if they cant well they have to call a Plumber a Plumber like Joemeister.