Discuss Replacing a toilet, but don't recognise this soil flange in the floor to join a pan connector?! in the Fittings & Pipes area at PlumbersForums.net

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Hope someone can identify what I need to connect my new toilet pan to the vertical soil pipe in the bathroom floor.

The old toilet's pan drained vertically into the soil pipe. I now need to fit a new toilet + pan connector, but the flange in the floor doesn't appear to be catered-for when it comes to pan connectors.

The outer diameter of the top part of the flange is approx. 165mm & 70mm deep. It narrows to approx. 100mm under the floor before disappearing off at an angle to the foul drain. It's of plastic-type construction, but no amount of googling shows up a similar flange?

Am I missing something?
 

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sorry to say i think its time to take the floor up and replace the fitting
 
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