Hello, Wondering if anyone can offer an opinion here. My soil pipe (pics below) seems to get moisture around the joints when it rains. I have rodded the pipe up to roof and below ground to rule out blockages and backing up. (Recently had to dig out and replace the clay rest bend which had also cracked so the hole is still open). However, I’m now not sure what the cause and best fix is. At the timesaver joints the gaskets are a bit old but not terrible so I’m not sure this is the issue for them. (Side note: Can’t seem to find any trade places to buy gasket replacements without getting the whole cast iron part so it’s costly if it’s not required). I’m now wondering if the higher up joint (first pic) is leaking and the moisture is running down the back of the pipe to the timesavers, or if it’s just the actual pipe section generally deteriorating. Swithering if I should try and remove the lower section of pipe (above the timesaver) and get a good look at it. There’s no spacer between the pipe and the building to be able to see what condition it’s in at the back. What would you recommend? Are there any books/guides on this type of thing you’d recommend? Everything I’ve found so far doesn’t go into depth on scenarios like this, it’s all a bit more general about how old house drainage is set up, rather than fixing scenarios. Cheers in advance for any help!