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I'm in the process of moving some cabinets around and adding a new countertop and sink. It's a 100 year old house with a cast-iron stack. Someone threw a rubber fernco over the female end of the cast iron that comes out of the wall and fit it to a PVC reducer down to inch and a half. I was tempted to leave it alone since it always worked but I noticed it's leaking at the rubber. I need to figure out how to properly transition the cast to PVC so I can set up my sink drains? I also learned never to pour grease down a drain. Thanks in advance.
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