Ha ha ha ... I stay away from my fingernails when I'm working on toilet drains!
I'm gonna fuss with it a bit, then try the eternabond since I have a some left from the repair of slide screw heads poking through my slide rubber roof!
Would I be better off silicone caulking it first, then eternabond ing? Or just eternabond? Thanks a million for your help.
Anyone with plumbing experience can fix it. I understand you said that you don't. Do you know anyone that knows about plumbing. I had the same problem on a previous camper. I would agree to pull the toilet and cut out the old pipe and reinstall new. Have it fixed right the first time and then you won't have to worry about it again. I would rather have a plumber fix it right then take it to any RV shop.
“I have tried to live my life so that my family would love me and my friends would respect me. The others can do whatever the Hell they please!” —John Wayne
I had one leaking also, I used the Flex seal spray, as seen on TV. It has been dry since, been about 9 months , put on 6-8 coats of it, Seems to really work good. It comes in different colors. So far so good.
Fernco fitting and cut/replace or use some self vulcanizing electrical sealing tape. I have used this with hose clamp as a pressure bandage on steam lines in the past. In this case wrap the tape and cover with electrical tape. Will last for ever.
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