If you don't feel like paying a plumber do perform a toilet flange replacement, try these handy do-it-yourself techniques using a flange replacement part or kit. A plumbing professional explains in this free video on toilet repair tips.
I'm Terry with Towers Murray Plumbing here to show you how to replace a broken toilet flange. Now, for a do-it-yourselfer who wants to replace or repair a flange, if you've got a section that's been broken out, there are a lot of different options these days that you can use to repair. There's a little quarter flange or you have a full flange replacement. This particular one here is made of stainless steel, sets over the top, bolts down, new places for your bolts. Now, if more than a quarter or more than half of that flange is broke away, they do make a flange kit that fits down in the pipe and now when installing one of those, the things you have to be careful of is that the top of the flange is not too much higher than your finished floor and if that's the case you may have to finish breaking off the rest of the flange or if your pipe is in bad shape, you may need to contact a professional to come out and actually remove the entire flange and put in a new flange. And again, I'm Terry, Towers Murray Plumbing, and we've just showed you how to replace a broken toilet flange.