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Old 01-23-2009, 03:50 PM   #1
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Tub Drain Broke


I have a tub that is leaking. I believe but am not 100% sure that it is the drain leaking from outside perimeter where the plumbers putty is. I bought a new drain and tried to unscrew the old one but the crosstabs broke while unscrewing. What do I do now? How do I get that old drain out?

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Ayuh,...

A Hacksaw or a Sawzall comes to mind....

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Take the hack saw or sawall and cut vertical notch in water ever is left in the try not to cut all the way through, then get hammer and a flathead screwdriver, and use the notch as a brace for the flathead and slowly hammer it to get the piece to unthread, but be gentle.
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