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Cast iron soil pipe, pan connector question

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Nath911t, 20 Oct 2008.

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    I've cut out the old cast pan connector for my upstairs toilet. Its a 90degree 110mm connector. The problem is, that I can't get the new plastic 110mm connector in the cast soil pipe joiner as theres about 2 inches left in the joint. The plastic connector is an off the shelf job from B&Q.

    I've measured the hole with the 2 inches of cast left in there and its 90mm. Is there anywhere I can get some sort of an adaptor that will go 90mm from the cast soil pipe, that will then fit into a 110mm that goes onto the plastic pan connecter?

    I hope that makes sense? :LOL:
     
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    get a 90mm (3 1/2") pan connector.
     
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    Thanks, any idea where to get one?
     
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    plumbcentre etc.
    mcalpine make them
     
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