Hmm not good. You're in for a project. You'll need to replace the entire fitting. The cast iron stack that goes through the roof is extremely heavy. Potentially very dangerous and/or lethal. You'll need to make sure it's properly secured with a riser clamp on the roof to keep it from shifting or falling before trying to cut or remove the fitting.
Is the picture you posted upstairs, downstairs, main floor, what?
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I think I'm calling in the troops, in other words, my loyal plumber, to correct the problem. He'll have all the proper tools, insurance, etc.,,,.
I have my business to run (my dad & I own a couple of ACE Hardware stores), and Scott has a plumbing business to make a living with! Sure, I could probably get the project done in double the amount of time, but I have business to take care of here @ the store.
Here's a better picture of the cracked pipe.
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