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I am planning to replace my bathroom countertop. Once it's replaced, I am betting the drain will not lineup.
For me to cut/replace the ABS, I see I have little room to cut and glue a new fitting.

see attached photo.

My question is: Can I lightly sand to ABS pipe where the glue exists from the previous installation to then apply ABS cement and attach a new fitting? and if some previous ABS cement is left on will the new ABS cement just melt it when
attaching a new fitting?

Thank you
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