|Posted by e-plumber on July 31, 2004 at 11:35:54:|
|In response to Re: Leaking shower pan upsatirs bath.|
: I am almost sure I have a leaking shower pan in an upstairs bath room. This separate shower with a tiled floor and side walls that was built when the house was built in the eartly 70es.
: I notice a small drip on an ouside wall after the shower has been on for a short time. There is a 18" space between the floor and the downstairs ceiling but I can't get to this area under the shower unless I come in from an outside wall, which I can doo if needed. Is it possible to repair the pan by removing the shower floor tiles without getting access to the area under the shower? thanks
Shower stall leaks can be tricky to detect. You really need to use the process of elimination to determine the exact cause. It could be the wall grout, caulking, strainer, shower pan, drain trap, drain piping, or even the faucet or shower riser causing the leak.
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