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Old 03-12-2018, 08:01 AM   #1
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Wet Bay Panel Removal

I have a 2015 Ventana 4369. I am experiencing a leak from one of the hoses that is connected to the outside shower. It is on the other side (inside) of the panel. I can just barely fit my head in the lower space and see the connection leaking. But I am unable to get both hands at the same time to do anything to repair it.

The leak is coming from a pex connection. There is a plastic piece that slides into the pex and is crimped with a special tool. It has the threads to screw the hose to. I can not get to it unless I take off the white panel in the wet bay. It looks like everything is either screwed to it or passes through it.

Has anyone taken that panel off? If so, would you describe how you did it.

Thank you, Jerry

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Old 03-12-2018, 08:50 AM   #2
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I would try to reach itby removing the white plastic mount for the outside shower faucet first.
There is a fair amout of room to better see what is leaking and a chance you can fix it from there.
Only 4 screws to remove it.
I just got done replacing my shower faucet w the washing machine valves from Hpme Depot per another yhread w pics. With hose quick connects that set up is much more functional than the shower IMHO.

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Old 03-13-2018, 09:37 AM   #3
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In the end I had to remove the white panel in my wet bay (2010 Ventana). It's no fun but there are discussions about it somewhere on this forum. In my case, the panel was stiffened by angle iron at the top and bottom but those angle irons were not attached to anything but the panel, did make it hard to get the panel out and in. Patience and a lot of pictures help. Hope going through the faucet works for you.
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