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Old 04-29-2024, 11:18 AM   #1
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Default sewer vent pipe

Anyone have a source for the telescoping stink pipe?
The flange is mostly broken off the top of my pipe, caused by me tightening the slip joint too tight.
I missed my chance to buy a replacement before J&R closed their shop. Now the only ones I can find are 12" & 16". I believe mine is closer to 32".

If you don't have a source, does your pipe have a manufacture part number printed on it? Mine is mostly worn off from the slip joint.

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Old 04-29-2024, 02:50 PM   #2
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Hi Joule,

Do you have any photos of the flange that is broken off? I may have a spare pipe in my parts pile. Let me take a look.

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Old 05-09-2024, 02:29 AM   #3
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Hello Joule,

We just got back from our camping trip and I noticed the stink pipe has broken off. Yes, there is a flare at the the top of the ABS pipe that screws to the ceiling; that's where mine broke. Six years ago I cemented that flare which was partially broken with ABS cement. It lasted this long!! My solution this time...I removed the remaining piece of flare on the pipe, cleaned the end, and went HD today and got a 1-1/2 inch seal/gasket (similar to the ones that are in home kitchen sink plumbing traps), I put the plastic nut on the pipe, slipped the seal/gasket onto the pipe, shoved the pipe into the ceiling outlet vent and screwed it hand tight. It seems to be working OK and not coming apart after a number of times of lowering and raising the Hi-Lo. I would imagine that to replace that pipe you would have to remove the ceiling vent pipe attachment to get it out far enough out of the bottom sliding attachment to get it out. I didn't want to that! I hope my repair holds up!!

I hope this helps.
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