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Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Spuggy, 13 Feb 2020.

  1. Spuggy

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    Hi,

    Currently fitting a new toilet unit back to the wall (to replace an old 45 deg ceramic toilet that constantly dripped condensation and wrecked the floor).

    Please see photo: The unit depth is 200mm, and the centre of soil pipe to the centre of WC is also approx 200mm. Any ideas on how to connect the pan waste?

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Cheers.
     

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    Flexi pan connector or two pan 90 elbows together or new soil pipe fittings to extend soil from wall, first pipe a 90 elbow and then a straight piece of soil pipe with an elbow to align to toilet.
     
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    DO NOT USE A FLEXI to make a S and not enough room for the two elbows so what can you do about bring the pipe through the wall directly behind the pan?
     
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    as above, If that's a 110mm push fit socket in the wall then you could use a single socket elbow to come right, a small piece of 110mm pipe then just a standard right angled pan connector into it. You will probably need to support the pipe.
     
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