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null 4 in. PVC DWV Gasket Closet Flange
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4 in. PVC DWV Gasket Closet Flange

  • Replaces existing, rusted gasket closet flanges
  • Closet flange has a 7 in. face and a plastic ring
  • Constructed of a durable PVC material for a long-lasting use
$16.78 /each

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Product Overview

This 4 in. PVC DWV Closet Flange has a gasket that seals the connection inside a 4 in. pipe. This closet flange has a 7 in. face and a plastic ring. 2 in. product height.

  • Made of PVC
  • 7 in. face
  • Gasket seals connection inside a 4 in. pipe
  • Easy installation - simply push in and fasten to floor, perfect for replacement or new installations
  • Perfect for replacement or new installations
  • Push Tites have larger outlets than other gasketed closet flanges. Smooth inner walls with no obstruction or ledges to cause clogs
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Customer Questions & Answers

What is a "naked" wax ring?

I saw in the reviews that two people used them to install a toilet to this flange. My toilet's wax ring wouldn't fit into this flange... The wax ring that came with my toilet has a plastic flange attached to the wax.
Asked by: rattmoth
Just a plain wax ring without a plastic sleeve. I should say an original wax ring, the kind all used to be before the idea of adding a sleeve came along. The sleeve generally helps, but you have to be careful it doesn't get in the way of the flange and hang up the toilet. Good luck!
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2016-11-14

can you use this on 4 inch lead pipe?

can you use this on 4 inch lead pipe?
Asked by: me
No, you can not use this on a 4" lead piep.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-12-11

What screws should I use to attach?

I just tiled my bathroom floor with porcelin wood look tile. So I need the screws to go through the tile, thinset, 1/2 hardibacker and into the subfloor. What kind of screws should I use? what diameter? and i am going to guess roughly 2" in length. Thank you!
Asked by: jmfrank79
I have a tile floor as well, as most all bathrooms do. I used a masonry drill bit to drill a hole through the tile, then used a regular drill bit to continue drilling the hole through the wood floor. I then used long wood screws to anchor the flange to the floor. I used 4 wood screws.
Answered by: NJPete61
Date published: 2016-10-15

Our current flange is rusting./breaking apart on the floor edges.

The bathroom sits on a concrete slab. will this work ? will we still have to drill out the old flange?
Asked by: susiehomemaker
Assuming that your old flange goes on outside of the drain pipe: just cut old flange above the drain pipe and stick this one in. If old one goes inside - try chisel out the rim that is left inside the drain pipe after you cut the top off. There are videos of that trick in youtube.
Answered by: bg
Date published: 2016-10-15

How long of screws should I use when mounting to concrete subfloor?

Will 1 3/4 inch concrete screw suffice?
Asked by: Al

Will this slide into a 4" PVC pipe? I'm using it to create a flat drain in a plywood trough.

I am building an above ground gutter made of troughs standing 24" from the ground and 4" PVC pipes as outflow to the garden. Will this work with 4" PVC pipe?
Asked by: BB
Yes. For self satisfaction, measure the inner diameter of your PVC. My cast iron is 3-3/4 ID and it slid in perfectly.
Answered by: HappyFlusher
Date published: 2016-05-30

Anyone try to remove one of these after you installed it?

Uh, oh, I installed it and now need to shim beneath it. I don't want to shim on top since that's a classic leak setup. Can this be pulled back out? Well, if no one answers I'll give it a try. It went in very tight. Good design but is it reversible? Hah!
Asked by: Steve
Hey Rocket, You can try pouring (small amounts) of cooking oil or a lubricant like that around where the flange slides into the existing pipe. Then try wiggling on the flange, while pulling up at the same time. The lubricant should help with it sliding out easier. Figure out how much shim you need to put under it before putting it back in the pipe. Im not sure if you have wood flooring around the pipe or concrete. If it's wood, try to screw the shim into the wood floor, then screw the flange into the shim to keep the toilet from rocking once it's installed! Hope this helps!
Answered by: HappyFlusher
Date published: 2016-10-15

Does the flange need to be level with the floor?

I have a concrete floor. The pipe is cast Iron. The floor ceramic tile. The area around the floor was filled with concrete to bring it up to the level of the tile. The flange would sit on top of the floor and be higher than the floor by the thickness of the flange? Will the toilet rest evenly all the way around or will it rock because the center is to high?
Asked by: linda
Yes, the flange needs to be leveled with the floor.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-08-16
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Customer Reviews

4 in. PVC DWV Gasket Closet Flange is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The seal for my toilet broke loose and rusted the original metal flange. I also had an issue that... The seal for my toilet broke loose and rusted the original metal flange. I also had an issue that the original flange was below the top surface of the finished floor. I cut off what was left of the original flange, slid the PVC DWV Gasket Closet Flange into the original waste pipe, screw it down to the sub-floor with #14 counter-sink screws and resulted in a flange that is now level with the floor and isn't going to budge an inch. I highly recommend this product to anyone that needs to make a similar repair to an existing, rusted out closet flange.
Date published: 2016-10-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works like it should - very easy Removed tile on a concrete on-grade slab floor. Existing flange was too high. Broke the old lip off, then used a heat gun and pliers to remove the remaining part of the oil flange that was inside of the pipe (the plumb in was 4" pipe to a coupling to a 4" inside fit flange -- old house... idk why they did that). Used a bit of standard all purpose mineral oil lubricant on the gasket to make it slip in easy. Got it to the right height. Used some tapcons to hold it down. Then put on my silicone sealing ring (worth every penny) and bolted up the toilet. Remember to grout the toilet and leave a gap in the grout in the back so you can spot a leak if it ever occurred down the road. Everything is working and holding great. I feel this is a bit on the expensive side at $20... it would be a lot better value at the $10-15 price point. You do have to kinda know what you are doing to not muck up the process. If you've never installed a toilet or are uncomfortable with plumbing, I would recommend you let someone else do it to prevent a hidden toilet leak that will cause a lot of damage down the road.
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super easy to install. Been working great ... Super easy to install. Been working great
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best solution for many difficult problems I've had multiple situations in which this was the only commercial product that could do the job. If there's a right angle bend in the sewer line right below the floor, you can't use most other internal flanges because they would go in too deep and block the pipe at the bend. But with this one, you can remove the gasket, trim the PVC to just the right length, put the gasket back on, and force the flange in for a perfect fit. I have done this to put flanges on lead and copper sewer lines where the only other alternative would have been to rip up the floor. It would be nice if there were also a version of this product with epoxy putty for a permanent attachment, but the rubber gaskets on these have not failed me so far.
Date published: 2013-10-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked on a really old pipe. I live in an old house, was replacing the toilet and discovered a really poor flange installation that was rusted, loose and wasn't even sealed in the pipe. Whoever installed that is a criminal and deserves severe punishment for putting my and the previous owner's health at risk. I have zero experience as a plumber, did some online research and browsing, saw this, looked good. I like the triple fin design. Installed it easily, snug fit, seems like an airtight seal now so sewer gas can't leak out, good to go. Picked up some 2" #10 stainless steel sheet metal screws to secure it down, did the job, but you could actually go a size up if you wanted.
Date published: 2014-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product Great product. Inner diameter of my cast iron pipe is 3 3/4. This fit inside perfectly. Screw into the wood with wood screws and it was really solid. If the piece going in to the cast iron is to long, you can cut it to size with a hacksaw! Saved the day! Happy Flushing!
Date published: 2016-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works! This 4inch gasket closet flange was exactly what I needed. I am a female and I had no problem installing this and the toilet. So glad Home Depot had it in stock.
Date published: 2016-06-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very easy to install Nice and easy to install, no need for adhesive, just plug in and go although you do have to secure to floor with screws. a bit pricey for what it is, but for peace of mind was worth the expense.
Date published: 2012-10-19
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