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Old 10-02-2011, 02:29 PM   #1
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Sewer Drain Leak?


I just replace 6' or so of a 6" ceramic sewer pipe. It does not appear to be leaking however but there is dampness under the rubber adapter I have installed. Are these usually water tight? How can I fix this?
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YES They should be water tight.
Take them off and make sure the pipe is clean and free off debris sticking to it.
Then re-install the coupler.

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Thanks, better now than latter. I must be missing so debris.
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