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Old 04-07-2021, 04:32 AM   #1
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How to solidify shower floor?

Hello All,

We have an Outback 325BH which has a corner shower. The shower floor has always been fairly soft, and VERY soft around the drain. I removed the access panel to see what is going on and I see why. The shower pan basically sits on a wood platform with a hole cut in the middle for the drain. Problem is the hole in the platform is probably 12-16" diameter so all of that area is not supported. There are 2 additional 2x4 pieces that help support it.

So.. I'm curious if anyone has come up with a way to solidify the shower without removing the whole shower and replacing the platform. Any thoughts?


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Old 04-07-2021, 05:21 AM   #2
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if you cut a circle of wood that will fit in that large hole and cut it in half with of course a smaller hole in the middle and place up in the existing cutout and then mount a piece of wood over that to the existing floor material it might brace up that cut out area

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