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Old 09-14-2018, 07:00 AM   #11
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Cant say I have ever "lost" a pex line that couldn't be retrieved.....YET
Your luck is better than mine! And retrieving a PEX line from inside a wall with mechanical claw didn't work for me as the PEX was too slick, don't ask me how I know.

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vol_travelers, Howdy;

I reckon I'm lucky, the access to mine is behind the TV in the entertainment
center. But only a rectangle of about 5" X 4". Agree wholeheartedly with
flybouy, finding something to secure the lines and their fittings is the wise
way to proceed. Also, don't button it all back up until after you've leak checked
the fittings.

hank
Excellent advice.
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Old 09-14-2018, 09:30 AM   #12
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When I did mine last year I didn't have very much room to work. I mostly just wedged my hand in there and got the old one loose and the new one connected. Scraped the hand up a bit but got it done. It is a tight squeeze but it can be done.
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Does anyone have experience or suggestions replacing the shower faucet? I took the plastic cover loose and broke the seal against the shower wall, but the cover only comes out less than an inch. I am afraid of taking the old faucet loose and not being able to get the new one attached. Is there a way to gain some slack in the supply lines? Any suggestions are most appreciated.

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I needed to replace the entire shower faucet assembly and found it on line, it was the exact replacement part and color. I was able to remove the old and install the new and even though it was tight, everything fit easily and there was enough "give" in the lines that it was a fairly easy replacement. I resealed it with caulking and all works great.

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