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Old 11-05-2014, 08:52 AM   #11
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We had the same issue. Look at the glass panels and see where the seem is on the rubber gasket that holds the glass in place. Ours was at the bottom and it allowed water into the track, being I sealed both side on the bottom track it ran out the outside of the glass panel. I then used clear caulk on the inside around the glass panel. I removed the caulk from the bottom of the alum trim ( only on the inside of the shower ) this way any water that got behind the trim would run to the inside. Water leak on outside of shower stall was fixed. I believe the main issue was around the actual glass panel.
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Old 11-09-2014, 05:10 PM   #12
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I think I finally got the leak fixed. Not 100% sure, still need to climb in the basement and look for leaks while someone is in the shower. No more water running onto the floor. I think caulking around the drain fixture on the floor of the shower is what stopped the leak. Is it possible a seal was left out or not properly installed?
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Old 11-09-2014, 07:09 PM   #13
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There can be a rubber disc gasket, or sometimes just plumbers putty. If that is where the leak is/was, I would disconnect the drain. Then take that fitting apart and re-install with a good bead of plumbers putty. Tighten the nut tight enough to force putty out and then trim it off.
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