Re: Tub Drain
Posted by hj on February 17, 2004 at 22:32:37:
In response to Re: Tub Drain
IF everything under the floor is "tightened" properly, it will not move out of position. If it does move, you already have a problem, you just don't know it yet. Your biggest problem could be getting that piece out. If it was not installed carefully, it could be "frozen" in position and have to be cut out.

: I have a fiberglass shower/tub unit approximately 10 yrs. old, and I would like to replace the drain fitting in the tub (the chrome plating has worn off). I do not have access to the connection from behind or below the tub.

: It appears as though the drain pipe directly under the strainer makes a very sharp bend (appears almost flat) heading back under the tub.

: If I were to remove the drain connection by twisting it out by the strainer, what is the likelyhood that the drain pipe will drop out of position, causing a problem?

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