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Old 06-19-2008, 09:07 AM   #1
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The shower drain in our 08 Spirit requires that we are front end high on the coach level. The drain opening is on the rear side of the shower and there is no slope in the floor of the shower. So the whole unit has to be front end high to completely drain the shower. Does anyone have a fix for this situation?

Thanks for any help in this problem.
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The shower drain in our 08 Spirit requires that we are front end high on the coach level. The drain opening is on the rear side of the shower and there is no slope in the floor of the shower. So the whole unit has to be front end high to completely drain the shower. Does anyone have a fix for this situation?

Thanks for any help in this problem.
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Old 06-19-2008, 09:59 PM   #3
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I'm assuming that your RV is still under warranty. You will need to take it back to the dealer and insist that they reconfigure or replace the shower base so that the water drains properly.

It's basically an installation defect that can only be remedied by removing the existing shower floor and installing one that drains when your RV is level. There are no quick fixes. If you run into resistance at the dealership, contact Winnebago directly. Best of luck.

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