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Old 01-14-2021, 01:30 PM   #1
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Shower drain 2007 25' Safari

I am looking for instructions on how to replace shower drain in my Airstream. The existing one has started to corrode and would like to replace before it fails. Any help with link to site or how to items would be great. Searched this site but was unable to locate instructions.
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Old 01-14-2021, 08:18 PM   #2
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I can’t say I got into it that far, but I had a leak at the shower p-trap and found limited access (enough to tighten) through the bedroom heater duct on our ‘06 Safari FB SE. Best I can tell, the other option is to remove that wall.
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Thanks - I did notice same access point - and will explore more.
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Old 01-15-2021, 11:08 AM   #4
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Hi I have the same trailer as you do and after removing the wood panel between the bedroom and the shower you will have access to the drain pipe and trap as seen in attached photo. I have not tried to replace the drain fitting but the piping appears to be glued together so it may be a challenge.
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Old 01-16-2021, 07:57 AM   #5
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How did you remove the wall, is it straightforward? Also did you notice if there was a nut on the Ptrap connecting to the shower drain or was that glued in place as well? Thanks for the picture!
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The wall comes off rather easily, just remove about 8 screws and pull wire connectors from the light switch. I did not notice the shower drain connection, I was working on electrical at the time and figured I would get some photos while it was open.
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Hi I have the same trailer as you do and after removing the wood panel between the bedroom and the shower you will have access to the drain pipe and trap as seen in attached photo. I have not tried to replace the drain fitting but the piping appears to be glued together so it may be a challenge.
Your post was very helpful and I thank you.
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The wall comes off rather easily, just remove about 8 screws and pull wire connectors from the light switch. I did not notice the shower drain connection, I was working on electrical at the time and figured I would get some photos while it was open.
Thanks for posting as I have a slight leak with the shower drain and was having a hard time figuring out how to access it.
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