Leak in 3″ Plastic Drain

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      Anonymous

      I have located a small leak in an upright 3″ pipe in the second floor wall. The only water that would pass this leak is from one bathroom sink.

      Other than cutting a section of pipe out and making all new connections…. is there an acceptable way to patch this pipe?

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      CallMeChaz

      Depends on what you mean by acceptable. Also, what kind of leak–a pinhole in the pipe? A leak in a joint?

      If you CAN cut the pipe, you don’t have to replace a bunch of joints–you can put a 3″ rubber flex coupler that secures with two stainless hose clamps.

      You can do a Rube Goldberg with wet-or-dry roofing asphalt, but no guarantees unless you can clamp a fitted saddle over the leak afterwards.

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