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    Thanks for the advice!

    Many thanks to both Terry and Mark for your suggestions. Our plan of attack will be:
    1) open the walls on both sides of the tub. Once side will be painful as the wall has already been finished, but...
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    A bit more information

    Greetings again. It appears that when this tub was installed, it was done without the benefit of stringers - it looks like corner posts were used instead.
    It is looking more and more like we'll be...
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    Correcting a poor tub installation

    My wife and I are in the process of trying to recover from an interesting approach to remodling (read: Bad).

    Our problem is that the new tub that was installed makes a loud "creak" when standing...
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