:dance: :dance: :dance: I fixed my own plumbing today!!! I went to the hardware store and bought that cute little racheting tool for cutting small diameter pvc pipe. I bought pipe and couplers and went home. Then I had to go BACK to the hardware store to learn how to use the tool. Now you just KNOW that place was empty when I bought the tool and full of men when I went back!!! When they were done laffin at me, I said "at least I was woman enough to come back and ASK somebody instead of winding up 65 miles from where I wanted to be.".........lol. They laffed. Then I went home and fussed around all night trying to figure out how to get the tool in between the drain pipes to cut out the broken section. Went in the bathroom, opened the cupboard and played with those pipes-found out I had about 4 inches of play in the pipe. Went outside, pulled the pipe out, cut it off and proceeded to repair it in less than 10 minutes. :dance: :dance: :dance: !!!!! I let the glue dry for about 15 mins, wrapped the new heat tape on the water feed, plugged it in, and turned on the water. NO LEAKS!!! ANYWHERE!! So, I insulated the daylights out of that chamber (including underneath my porcelain on steel bathtub) and cut a door filler out of insulation. 3 inches thick!! Put the access hatch cover back on and called it good. All I have left to do is put new pipe insulation on over the heat tape, as per the enclosed instruction sheet, and I am all done underneath the house. YAY!!!!!