Houston, we have a problem (#2) with 360IBL
Would have been funny to use this thread for the problem noted awhile back with our black tank handle...but that was problem #1. Problem #2 was found during that repair.
DH had always wondered what was behind the partition panel in the long storage area, so before doing the black tank handle repair, he did just that and looked around. There is a good area beneath the steps to the bedroom that could be turned into storage if you put the stair steps inside on hinges. Think some have put a hard-wired surge protector there. Then he found a small area of wet carpet. He traced it back to a shower leak but didn't work on it at that time. He put a container there to catch the water and after getting the black tank handle repaired, he spent a little time on the leak. Seems it was leaking from the shower because at the factory they put some plumber's putty between the drain and the shower but didn't put any on the underside of the drain where the pipe fits. It was an easy fix. Cost about $.25 worth of plumbers putty (he redid both sides of the drain). Could have been very costly if not found.
Are we still happy with the 360IBL? Absolutely. We love it. Things like this happen, just wanted to pass on so that everybody can check their shower drain to make sure they have no leaks. DH said the leak was very small, less than a quarter of a cup from our average shower, but over time, that could have added up to a big mess. Here's two pictures of where the leak occurred. This is being in the storage compartment with the long, lengthwise panel removed and looking up toward the shower drain.
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