Originally Posted by BFlinn181
The potential damage to surrounding wood structure will be pretty severe if the Wingtite drain doesn't solve the problem. What if it's the trap or a joint in the plumbing beyond the drain? I'd really try to figure out access to the area under the shower, find the leak, and repair it. If you have to cut through the outside base of stall, it can be covered with a grate or louvered vent. Then you'll have future access and ventilation of an area that might need it.
X2 I had a leak which my neighbor so kindly pointed out to me. It was the lock ring on the top of the p-trap. I found access above my Genset and had just enough room to get one hand at a time in there.
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