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Old 05-13-2017, 05:26 PM   #1
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I have a leak coming from inside the wall of starboard shower - wets the carpet at the foot of the master bed.
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I have a leak coming from inside the wall of starboard shower - wets the carpet at the foot of the master bed.
It would help to know what boat model and year you have.
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I believe someone replied to my post with the question... "It would help to know what boat model and year you have"...

1. 4600 SCB - 2011.
2. I did find and fix the problem... it was a broken plastic fitting connecting the forward head shower to the water line... a $4 part caused lots of staining, water damage and labor... had to remove all the head liner leading to forward cabin, the door frame and door, and the wall on he port side descending the stairs. Took 10 hours labor due to figuring out how to access everything - If I had to do it again I would cut a hole 18"x18" to reveal the shower and bath fittings... and fabricate a nice-looking access door that would be screwed in place.
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I believe someone replied to my post with the question... "It would help to know what boat model and year you have"...

1. 4600 SCB - 2011.
2. I did find and fix the problem... it was a broken plastic fitting connecting the forward head shower to the water line... a $4 part caused lots of staining, water damage and labor... had to remove all the head liner leading to forward cabin, the door frame and door, and the wall on he port side descending the stairs. Took 10 hours labor due to figuring out how to access everything - If I had to do it again I would cut a hole 18"x18" to reveal the shower and bath fittings... and fabricate a nice-looking access door that would be screwed in place.
It is also 2011 model 4600 SCB.
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Sorry for the damage. Thanks for the detailed follow-up. I glad you got it sorted out.
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