I know there are a number of handy people in here. Wanted to get 3rd+ opinions. The main drain pipe at my place leaked (2 bathrooms + laundry). When the idiots who built my place nailed in the plywall, they decided to nail through the drain pipe.
Anyhow, the plumber who came said it would be easier/faster/last longer/less likely to leak if he just uses some yellow filler stuff and let it dry, instead of replacing the piece of plastic ABS pipe.
A second opinion told me that if one day I had too much pressure, maybe from a backed up drain or something that it might not hold out. He said the max is 15psi per 30ft. The second opinion also suggested plastic weld or ABS weld similar to motorcycle fairings.
So is the plumber that the strata hired just lazy, or is it true that it should last OK? Or should I make a fuss before they put the plywall back on and ask for plastic weld or a new piece of pipe or other suggestion?
I'd like to get some more opinions on this please n thanks. (=