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Old 01-10-2012, 10:41 PM   #1
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My masterbath shower leaks behind the wall; any ideas on how to get access from the back side like in the hallway? Thank You
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Old 01-23-2012, 12:50 AM   #2
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No, but if you find out would you please post the info?
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Old 01-23-2012, 01:04 PM   #3
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the question is..... what leaking?

is it shower, sink, or toilet water out in the bildge?

or

sea water or fresh water leaking into the shower?

so,
1. fresh or sea water?
2. toilet water or sink water? (use the blue stuff to see what color leak you get)
3. sea water will be your window assembly, or your rub rail.
4. fixture leak is a hose or a fitting, and you can unscrew the toilet paper holder and cabinet to access your hoses.

also, where are you finding the water? gravity will put it in the foward bilge.
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Old 01-25-2012, 05:48 AM   #4
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The 4100 has a panel hidden in the hall by the stairs that can be removed to access the entire shower valve and lines.
It is a padded panel that blends in with the hall and has velcro at the top, bottom and sides. I don't know exactly how the 4600 is layed out, but they made it easy on the 4100.

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Hi.
Can you let me know how you made out with the water leak. How did you get access to the back side.
Thanks in advance for the info.
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you can access the valve from the pump room. You can also access it by removing the back panel on the bottom half of the storage shelf adjacent to the vacuum.attachment[7].jpg
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Done Working, welcome aboard.
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i also have leak in master bath on 4600, believe its coming from drain at bottom of shower. anyone know how to gain access to bottom side of shower basin? thank you!
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hi, i have a 4600, have a leak in port side shower basin, wondering if the padded panel you mention is same on 4600. can you show me a picture of the panel you are referring to? think i know, but want to be sure. feel free to reply here, or direct at mattzimney@hotmail.com. thank you
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