How to Replace a Whole-House Plumbing Trap

Shopping List for Replacing a Whole-House Plumbing Trap:
– cast-iron pipe, fitting, and cleanout
– no-Hub couplings, used to join together cast-iron pipe and fittings

Tools for Replacing a Whole-House Plumbing Trap:
– soil-pipe cutter, used to cut cast-iron pipe
– 3-pound sledgehammer
– ball-peen hammer and 3/4-inch cold chisel
– torque wrench
– tape measure

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