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Post Info TOPIC: Shower Plumbing


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Shower Plumbing


I havent found this topic yet so forgive me if a repeat question and also for my lack of technical terms. The "frame" that holds the shower knobs on our 5th wheel interior shower has cracked. Hubby caulked it as a temp fix. Is repkacement of the shower assembly something that can be done by a person with basic plumbing skills or should it be do e professionally?

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Steve and Kate

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I have done it and am no pro.

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Bill Joyce,
40' 2004 Dutch Star DP towing an AWD 2020 Ford Escape Hybrid
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A fairly large adjustable wrench and a screw driver is likely all that is needed maybe a couple of other tools but it won't be many.

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