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  1. It's not glued yet. In order to get the trap...

    It's not glued yet.

    In order to get the trap in the right position, I would have needed to go another 6 inches or so to the right under the wall. There's not a lot of room in the corner to...
  2. I finally got around to renting a demolition...

    I finally got around to renting a demolition hammer and getting some room to work. The 2" drain line was almost entirely underneath the wall which was fun. I added a 2" p-trap and then came up...
  3. I finally got a hold of an air chisel and began...

    I finally got a hold of an air chisel and began the excavation of the concrete around the tub drain. I found the p-trap. One half of it goes directly towards the wall and the other half makes a...
  4. I chipped out about 2" just below the tee. There...

    I chipped out about 2" just below the tee. There is some bubble wrap around the vertical pipe. Do I need to keep chipping until I find the P trap or could I cut it off near the bubble wrap, weld on...
  5. Thanks for the ideas. I should have been a...

    Thanks for the ideas. I should have been a little more clear in my original post. I planned on replacing the valve and setting it back to allow for the surrounds to be flush with the studs. I've...
  6. Bathroom Remodel: Tub Drain and Plumbing Problems

    After purchasing a house a few months ago, I decided today was the day to remove the 18 year old fiberglass all-in-one tub/surround and replace it with a standard tub and tiled surround. I've done...
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