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These connectors don't normally just start leaking for no reason. Is the pan loose? The water could also be dripping from above from cistern condensation or leaking flush pipe or connector. To change the pan connector requires the cistern to be disconnected and the fixing screws in the floor removing, if it is cemented in you have an even bigger problem. Dry it all off first and identify where the leak is exactly before removing anything, could save a lot of work.