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05:44PM | 01/12/14
Bvbath
Hi, for some reason the contractors who installed my shower drain years ago didn't affix the round shower grate to the drain. I have a picture of it. Can anyone advise me if there is a piece missing or what I should buy to adhere the grate to the drain? Thank you so much! See picture.
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jcaption

11:25AM | 01/14/14
Member Since: 01/14/14
85 lifetime posts
Pictures to see much.
Is there holes in the grate where screws should go?
There's two types, one that uses stainless steel screws to hold it in place and the ones with tabs that just friction fit in place.

David, Moderator

12:12AM | 02/09/14
Member Since: 11/15/13
208 lifetime posts
It's really hard to tell by the picture. It looks like it might be a snap-in. it Looks like there are 4 holes in the drain and 4 prongs on the strainer.
Hope it go OK
Thanks
David
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