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townfanjon

Esteemed
Plumber
Gas Engineer
Look at this belter , its a safe bet the ***head who designed this has never fitted a bath in his life .9D75C24E-9CA9-4E7E-90B8-76A5AE566608.jpeg
 

ShaunCorbs

Staff member
S. Mod
Plumber
Gas Engineer
Yep end up using a deep seal trap (75mm and a small 10mm extension ) normally to get past them if you can get away with the height
 

centralheatking

Esteemed
Plumber
Plastic baths are uck,bend deflect ..move and seperate from the tiles whatever you do.pressed steel all the way I replaced all the baths in my gaffs with pressed steel ...7 in total never looked back
...make sure no metal plugs tho...just rubber ones
centralheatking
 
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