How to Fix a Shower Leak?

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A leaky shower can often be repaired by locating the most likely culprit. Most often this would be a corroded or rusty washer inside the shower valve. Once you locate it, most often if you replace it, you will eliminate your leak. To be safe, please disconnect your water (including the hot water supply) before you work on your shower. For more information look here: www.doityourself.com;
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Most shower leaks are due to bad seals. Turn the water off and remove the shower head. Dry completely and replace the hardware seal and apply sealant glue. Reattach and let dry completely before using.
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