How Do I Stop My Shower Leaking?

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A leaking shower should be an indication that some parts are worn out and need to be replaced. Some of the parts that could be worn out include the rubber washer that is usually located on the shower stem. You also need to check whether all the screws are fixed properly. It is also possible that there could some rust and wear on the shower pipe causing leaks. When you notice that your shower is leaking, please consult a plumber to figure out the cause and do the necessary replacement.
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1. Identify the source of the leak. Turn the shower water on and close the door to see where the water is dripping from. Once you pinpoint the problem, turn the water off. Wipe down
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If your shower is looking, it probably is need of some plumber's tape. Unscrew the head of the shower and wrap some nylon plumber's tape around the threads of the pipe. Screw the
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Your leak is behind the tub/shower wall. The shower valve connections are lose or the copper pipes were not solder correctly. What ever one it is, the contractor needs to get behind
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1 Unscrew the showerhead. Use a wrench if needed. Ad 2 Remove the rubber gasket inside the shower head to inspect. If the gasket leaves black goo on your fingers, it needs to be replaced
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