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You're going to have problems I think!.
If you used a membrane for the shower pan, the corners are installed like a backwards "hospital"
Thanks for the reply, I worked there yesterday, he is expanding the shower area by about 1' wide so I hammer drilled rebar in the slab and used chicken
Oatey make a threaded shower drain, should be available at most big box stores or plumbing supply houses.
BUT the issue your going to have
I'm not sure if there is, it was all existing. That is why I am going to use a waterproofing fleece that you embed in mortar (mentioned above). My concern
is there a membrane embedded within the concrete base?
this is the only way to make the drain waterproof and drain the pan to the drain proper.
I am doing a side job at a friends. Going to tile the entire shower, he already has it framed and ext grade ply on the walls. The pan is existing concrete
Where are your bathroom fans vented to and how much insulation is installed in the area where water is present, and did they block the air flow from the
I have checked that - it's in place and working, I have put my finger on it to see if the temp would change and did as expected.
if its of any help the thermistor when it opens or is not present, the heater defaults to 42 degrees and runs constantly at high output.
Your question is a very difficult one (and potentially a dangerous one) to answer without physically seeing it. My best advice would be to get a second
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