Leaking Waste trap

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Grafham, 17 Oct 2004.

This topic originated from the How to page called Installing a bath.

  1. Grafham

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    Do you have to remove the whole waste trap to reseal it or is there another way.

    I have an acrylic bath and the waste trap has move form the middle to on side and when you fill the bath up and empty it. The water runs down and them comes out around the sides underneath the bath. I think the Plummer that put it in did not use a Silicone base sealant. I have tried to tighten it up but makes not difference.
     
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    no
    short and to the point
    rubber gloves if thats what lights your candle
    put a bowl under it first
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    If u could elaborate we might be able to help more ?
     
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