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Old 19-04-2021, 08:58 PM   #11
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Does anyone know what the end piece is called it’s angled and goes into the drain. It looks like a specific piece but I can’t find it online.
Something like this ??

https://www.wickes.co.uk/FloPlast-WC...-40mm/p/118607
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You want solvent weld outside really. Neater and more reliable.
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When buying the pipe just be careful - pipe is available for push-fit compression fittings and also solvent weld fittings and they are made from different materials and are also slightly different diameters.

However, there are markings on the pipe to identify its use.

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Go to Toolstation, cheaper than DIY shops and usually not too far from one. If not Screwfix will be next option.
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Have you got any pics?

When using solvent weld, make sure you clean up the pipes with emery (you don’t need to use activator) and rotate the pipes slightly backwards and forwards so it gets a good seal all the way round.
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