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How do you fix a cast iron pipe?

The first step is to clean away rust. If water or a bad smell comes from an old leaded joint, you can gently tap the lead back into the joint with a cold chisel and hammer. Is that correct? The second step is filling with repair paste. The void should be filled with cast- iron pipe repair paste. Is that correct? The third step is to fill the holes.

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