replacing rusted metal/pvc flange in cast iron

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      Eric Pistek

      I just noticed my toilet was leaking when i was under the house running some wire. plywood was wet around the drain, so i went to replace the wax ring. when i removed the toilet i found that the flange was pvc fitted into a cast iron pipe, with what appeared to have once been some type of collar or some thing under the lip of the flange deterioration is so bad flange bolts now have nowhere to be anchored.can i replace the rusted piece or do i need to replace entire flange, any advice on easiest method would be apprecciated greatly. I’m not a plumber so not sure if terminology is correct.
      thanx, gotmojo Gainesville,Ga



      GOTMOJO

      » This message has been edited by gotmojo on 23 January 2006

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      Retired plbg1
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      If the flange is not to bad they make attachments that you can mount onthe flange, go to a box store are Plumbing supplyhouse and tell them what you got, they h
      ave all kinds of new things to use.
      http://www.plumbshop.com They have picture of flange replacements.



      Art retired plbg

    • #297082
      Retired plbg1
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      Go to that web site http://www.plumbshop.com and click on Online catalog and in the search pu Toiletrepair flange kits and they show you the pictires. let me know.



      Art retired plbg

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