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Old 07-29-2011, 11:50 AM   #1
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How do I cap off an exhaust pipe that is no longer connected?


I have an approx. 2" exhaust pipe that is extends over my roof that is no longer hooked up. We remodeled the bathroom and put in a new exhaust pipe. How do I close off the old exhaust pipe so that rain, etc. does not enter it? Thanks for any advice. The pipe is made of PVC.


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Old 07-29-2011, 11:57 AM   #2
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What is the pipe made of? PVC?

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How do I cap off an exhaust pipe that is no longer connected?


Yes the pipe is made of PVC>..
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How do I cap off an exhaust pipe that is no longer connected?


You could glue a cap on it, if you are sure nothing else uses it. Is this an exhaust pipe from a fan, or a plumbing vent?
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How do I cap off an exhaust pipe that is no longer connected?


where would I purchase a cap? I can't find one on the internet that looks like what i need....it's a terminated exhaust pipe...
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How do I cap off an exhaust pipe that is no longer connected?


What do you mean by "terminated exhaust pipe"?
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How do I cap off an exhaust pipe that is no longer connected?


It's a roof vent pipe that is cut off in the attic, but still goes through the roof...it is no longer functional, but I don't want it open on the roof...hope that clears in up...
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How do I cap off an exhaust pipe that is no longer connected?


A 2" pvc cap and some pvc cement is all you need to cap a 2" pvc pipe.....sold at any box store.

http://www.homedepot.com/buy/plumbin...ap-187432.html

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