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Old 09-24-2011, 04:40 PM   #1
Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Sewell NJ
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is my shower suppose to wobble?

We have a Lacrosse 305RES and took it back to the dealer for a repair to the shower door and surround. The shower surround was installed crooked and the door sat higher at one end than the other. This caused the plastic strip on the bottom of the door to get pinched and tear. We took it back for repair and they said they reinstalled the surround and rehung the door. It is even now but my question is this, is the surround suppose to be secured only on the two ends near the wall? The whole rest of the surround shakes and seems to be "floating" over the base. It was not like this when it came from the factory when we first got it. When you open the door now it flexes and shakes the entire surround. There is a lip on the base so I don't believe any water would come out when in use, but it just does not seem very stable and study and we are wondering if it was fixed correctly. Don't want a problem down the road when our warranty is up. Thanks for any help.

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Old 09-24-2011, 05:05 PM   #2
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I'm having the opposite issue - the surround is firmly attached but the base os loose and wobbily. The dealer claims this is normal.
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