I just purchased a new faucet for my tub/shower. After close inspection, I notice that the water connects are behind the ceramic tile. I'm expecting drywall behind the tile, but instead I find plaster. Does anyone have experiences with replacing shower/tub faucets like this? Do I remove just enough tile then chisel out the plaster? How do I replace the plaster so I can then replace the tile? Any ideas? Thanks!
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