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Unread 02-18-2019, 06:31 PM   #4
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Wow; that story is VERY familiar sounding to me. It was exactly that same scenario that started by bathroom redo.
The 2 halves of metal on the toilet flange is a repair kit. Obviously the original flange cracked (most likely due to the rocking toilet vs. vice-versa) and an attempt was made to fix it. You’ll find the rot and damage to the plywood extends further than you think. If you can limit it just the damaged parts and have a solid joist structure to attach new plywood to, you could get by with just that and find some tiles that are close-ish, you might get a serviceable fix.
It’s going to take some time to get the various stages done. The travel time is what’s going to get you.
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