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    Moving and changing shower valve help

    I went from a 34" X 48" pan to a smaller 32" X 48" pan. By doing this I just realized that my shower handles are way off now. I also was planning on switching from a two handle to a single handle...
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    Is this any better? I don't think I"m...

    Is this any better? I don't think I"m understanding traps very well. If this is wrong please someone explain how I can do this. I'm getting ready to give up soon. I thought I was pretty good at...
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    I've made some progress. Is this p-trap...

    I've made some progress.

    Is this p-trap configuration ok?

    The PVC trap is alot longer than the original copper trap so I couldn't go the direct route. Do they make a shorter p-trap for...
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    Thank you all for the advice. I finally had a...

    Thank you all for the advice. I finally had a chance to cut off the copper. I did cut it off 2" above the wye. It took some tape and some careful hacksawing, but it went smoothly. I also found the...
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    Shower Drain help - copper drain pipe

    I removed the existing shower pan by using a circular saw and cutting around the drain. The original pan was 34" X 48" and the new pan is 32" X 48"(on sale). I would like to install the new pan but...
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