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Old 05-28-2018, 10:11 AM   #1
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Shower control

I have a 2007 national sea breeze. Need to know how to change out the shower control knobs assembly? Have a crack fixture therefore a water leak. Does the four screws that hold the fixture to the wall have enough slack to pull out the fixture? Please and thank you
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Trying to figure out how to. Thanks
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On my mod. 8321 it requires access from the back side, the valve assembly is attached to the fiberglass wall with large basin nuts. My water lines have no extra length.


Just not sure about your set up. If you have no access to the back it may be attached with the four screws from the front side.
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Thank you so very much. There is no back access for sure.
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On my Surfside you remove the 4 screws and there's just barely enough slack in the water lines to disconnect them from the back of the faucet.

I had to swap out my faucet because the previous owner let it freeze and crack.
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Shower problem

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Take out the four screws and you can just get behind the panel to unhook the water lines.

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