We bought a house back in the summer and we did a good amount of plumbing in it already. Included in the work was replacing the main old iron sewage pipe that was deteriorating before our eyes in the basement.
All is good with that work, but I just noticed that where the new PVC pipe conects to the main to go out thru the foundation and into the sewer has a pinhole size leak on the side and minute amounts of water is ever so slowly dripping. Is there anything I can do to slow this down(ie:maybe glue where the pinhole is) or stop it or do I need to call my plumber right away before this thing gives. Im in a bit of a panic on this one. Here are a couple photos for you to see. I've circled where the leak is and where the tiny puddle is on the ground. Sorry for the shaky photos it was a bit dark down there. Is it possible to just replace this old connection without having to go thru the foundation? I don't really have the funds for that. Yikes!!
Thanks so much for helping me out here!