|Posted by Chuck on April 14, 19101 at 21:14:21:|
|In response to Re: bathtub overflow not connected properly|
I've used heat proof grease in the past to make a
better seal. JMHO.
: The rubber gasket for overflows is made with a taper. Get a thick one and then rotate it until the taper matches the angle of the overflow pipe and then tighten the plate to compress and hold it.
: : Our boys just filled the upstairs bathtub up to the bathtub overflow for the first time and when I went down stairs there was water coming out one of our light fixtures. It appears that the overflow pipe isn't connected properly. It looks like it is at a slight angle and not flush with the overflow hole. How can we fix this?
: : Thanks!
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