Re: Broken p-trap
Originally Posted by 67drake
Drake, that right there is a pretty good clue that there is a problem with what remains of the tailpiece.
Originally Posted by ratkindler
I've never seen a soldered tailpiece, but concur with John that you don't want to attach to it. If there is no obvious means of removal, then call a plumber to take care of the problem properly. Doing the job right may cost a little more now, but it will save you a great deal of money by avoiding leaks and failures down the road that not only have to be redone properly, you then have collateral damage that must be repaired as well. Doing things right the first time is ALWAYS the cheapest way to go.
I suffer from CDO ... Its like OCD, but in alphabetical order, LIKE IT SHOULD BE!!!