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The last thing you want to hear is the sound of water coming from behind the shower when pressure testing the water system for the first time. But that is exactly what we heard....

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The sound of water is not like the sound of music when it is coming from behind the wall of your shower. Note that the valve seems to be pulled out a little further than it needs to be - this could mean something.
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From this area water started coming from the gap between the wall and the tub. At least that part of the water went into the tub.
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I started to play wit this a little by pushing (it wouldn't budge) and pulling. The only thing that happened is that it came straight out into my hand. Bad sign. But I couldn't help notice a big grin on Kimberís face. Could it be that she wanted it replaced?


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