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Replacing A Broken Tile On Bathroom Floor
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It's just a matter of breaking up the old tile and removing it in pieces. I Would start by cutting a groove right through the tile with a small angle grinder, but I doubt if you have one of those.
So... it can be done with a hammer and a "cold chisel". Something like this...
Tap away in the middle, and gradually break the tile up into small pieces that are easily levered up. Obviously, it needs a bit of care so as to protect the surrounding tiles.
Use a "flexible" adhesive.....