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Old 09-19-2010, 06:29 PM   #1
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Is there a liquid leak-stop that will work on a toilet drain. I believe the leak is coming from a joint where it goes into the main line. Unforturnately, this is a 2nd floor toilet and the only way to get to the pipe it to remove our kitchen cabinets

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Is there a liquid leak-stop that will work on a toilet drain. I believe the leak is coming from a joint where it goes into the main line. Unforturnately, this is a 2nd floor toilet and the only way to get to the pipe it to remove our kitchen cabinets
just remove them then

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That's what I was afraid of...
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yea, it sucks but its what has to happen. Try to open the walls around, leave the cabinets on for now. It might be tougher, but try to get it fixed without pulling them. 8 years in the trade, I've only ever pulled one upper cabinet, no lowers. I've always found a way to work around em
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