Drain stub in concrete help
Earlier today I was fixing a leaking faucet in my basement bathroom (loose water connection), and accidentally lost my balance under the cabinet and broke this drain fitting that is connected to a black pipe that goes directly down into concrete. The rest of this assembly connected to the sink trap. Is there anyway I can repair this without breaking up the concrete? I was thinking to cut the fitting off flush and using a rubber coupler or something and rebuilding the drain trap? https://goo.gl/photos/XEZEbh2nZ4jBP9g18
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Re: Drain stub in concrete help
That should be connected to more pvc pipe. Can you show a picture of this black pipe. I would take a multi tool and notch that hub then pry off of pipe
The pvc fitting appears to be glued to the black pipe. I tried to pry the two pieces pieces apart but the elbow didn't budge and I don't want to damage the black pipe the goes into the concrete. I'll try and get a pic from inside the broken fitting when I get home. Thanks
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