Forum Title: How to re-glue the pipe joint?
I have ever had the pipe T-joint glued but recently found the joint is still leaking. It is in attic. That vent is to the roof. There is moisture in the pipe. Apparently it is due to the poor setting and glue. I try to do it by myself this time. I think I have to cut the pipe and then re-glue it, right? Where should I cut and how to remove the glued parts? Can you provide me with the instructions? Click the picture here. Thank you.
Category: Plumber Post By: JESUS LAWSON (Jackson, TN), 07/23/2017

If you live in a cold climate is just condensation.

- FREDERICK LYNCH (Salina, KS), 09/07/2017

That appears to be a vent. Why is there water in the pipe to leak out in the first place?

- RONALD LOPEZ (Round Rock, TX), 09/18/2017

Quote: Originally Posted by phishfood That appears to be a vent. Why is there water in the pipe to leak out in the first place? That vent/pipe goes to the roof. There is moisture in the pipe. So it leaks from the poor glued pipe joint.

- RUTH THOMPSON (Bowie, MD), 09/25/2017

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