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tonygolding

01:50PM | 06/29/01
Member Since: 06/28/01
1 lifetime posts
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!

Artie73118

09:14PM | 06/30/01
Member Since: 06/22/01
5 lifetime posts
Check to see what you have on the backside of the valve area, and you can cut you an opening just on the backside of the wall.

What room is behign the shower/tub ?
If you can figture out where to cut, then
make a service panel for the shower...



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