Outdoor shower drainage – Hold the center of the leak with a needle nose pliers. At the bottom of the tub, press the plastic hose in the drain body. Use the needle nose pliers to hold the drain move during this step. Place the cover overflow the tub body with the screws provided. Fit the pipe between the cover will overflow and drain, and dry place instead. Cut the pipe to fit if not fit neatly between the drain and overflow. Once you are satisfied with the fit, glue all joints with CPVC glue. Now you can install the tub.
There is an additional part to this step for installing a drain controlled by cable. There will be a cable running along the tubes, connecting the handle to the cap. Connect this cable to install the cover overflow and outdoor shower drainage.
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Connect the bathtub drain to the main drain pipe with 3 inch Flexible splicing T.Use a jigsaw to cut the drain pipe in their brands. Riding the T-junction in the gap created in the drain pipe, turn to receive the tub drain and tighten the clamps. Insert the trap drain piping hot in the T-fitting and tighten all clamps. Screw the emerging center back into the outdoor shower drainage.