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Hi, I am replacing my toilet and its a first fo me, the toilet sits slightly further out so I need to extend the pan connector. The old connecter looks like it has been welded in, see attached file. The white connector sits inside the grey part, which is painted pink. How can I remove this and will the grey pipe then take a standard pan connector, it also looks like the grey (pink painted pipe) extends from the wall, is this the removal point ? Any Help is greatly appreciated,


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it looks like a standard multiqwik to me pushed into a push fit connector, yes there very tight fit and the paint around it wont help

pull and twist and it will come loose

Solvent weld soil pipe has a bigger neck, you can see the ridge in your pic where the o-ring sits


edit. second closer look, solvent weld pan connector (14º ?) and a bit of pipe into a push fit (in the wall)


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