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Moving Toilet - Soil Pipe Connection Advice

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by planemad, 16 Sep 2014.

  1. planemad

    planemad

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    Dear All

    I plan on moving my toiliet to another wall approx 1.3m from where it currently is.

    Please see pics below - I have the grey 6" soil pipe popping out of the floor, which is cut off at floor level and the WC connector male end goes into the pipe.

    I want to move the toilet to where the radiator currently is, is there a male connector that will goe into the soil pipe that will allow me to connect and come around the corner in 6" pipe?

    Thanks in advance

     
  2. Unless you have some unusual pipework and pan connector that looks like a standard 4" pipe.

    You need one of these (into the floor)
    http://www.toolstation.com/shop/Roo...rain+Connector+110mm+Black/d250/sd2849/p96056

    One of these to turn to horizontal
    http://www.toolstation.com/shop/Roo...0mm+925+Socket+Spigot+Grey/d250/sd2849/p30137

    Some of this to get you to the corner
    http://www.toolstation.com/shop/Roo...Pipe+110mm+6m+Pack+3m+Grey/d250/sd2849/p92968


    One of these in the corner to turn to the side wall
    http://www.toolstation.com/shop/Roo...0mm+925+Socket+Spigot+Grey/d250/sd2849/p30137

    Some more of this to get to the new pan location
    http://www.toolstation.com/shop/Roo...Pipe+110mm+6m+Pack+3m+Grey/d250/sd2849/p92968

    One of these into the item above
    http://www.toolstation.com/shop/WC+Pan+Connector/p82081

    and some of these to hold all of the above to the wall
    http://www.toolstation.com/shop/Roofing+Drainage/Soil+Vent/Soil+Pipe+Clip+Grey/d250/sd2849/p65250
     
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  4. leakydave

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    Are you sure it is 6" pipe. Normally 110mm is the size, or maybe a little smaller.
     
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