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Shower waste seal

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by NewtothisDIY, 26 Jan 2021.

  1. NewtothisDIY

    NewtothisDIY

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    Hi all,

    The washer around my shower trap has failed and water is getting through around it cause a leak visible on the ceiling. It is the ensuite shower tray.
    Only moved in recently so not sure where the whole waste was originally from.

    Any idea where I can find a new seal like this or if it has a name? Can't seem to find anything looking online.

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  3. terryplumb

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    Do you have access from below to enable a new trap to be fitted ?
     
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    Unfortunately not. Would have to go through the living room ceiling
     
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    Hopefully someone will recognise the trap ,not one I have ever seen.
     
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    Cant say I recognise it either. Does the trap section below have it's own seal too or is that clear seal both upper and lower seal in one? May be able to use another flat seal for the trap section below, the same type you would get on a standard shower trap. Doesn't seem to be much in the way of a flange on the lower section though

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  7. NewtothisDIY

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    Hi, yep the current seal is one piece for upper and lower sides. If I can't find one, do you think I'd need a top washer too or should silicone do?
     
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    Silicone on the topside will be fine.
     
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