Water leak behind/below shower enclosure - how to access most efficiently
Hello, I am a first time poster on this forum even though I have been through a long learning curve on my DX-3 since 2018.
I have a water leak in a fitting located below/behind the shower enclosure. There is the access port below the shower where I can see the leak which is about 3' away and impossible to reach from there. I have the 35DS model.
How can I most efficiently reach this location? If I unscrew the shower enclosure I can only lift it up maybe 6-8". The "hallway between the shower and bathroom is narrower that the shower so moving it a little doesn't go far. Next option under consideration is to remove the bedroom wall unit lower panelling which is stapled in place. The middle panel is further away but I think just has void space behind it? The panel to the right has the AC and DC circuit breakers / fuse panel and the rear heater blower so more stuff to deal with. Does anyone have a suggestion on best way to access. It's a small drip when the system is energized. So slow that the pump kicks on very infrequently but I got to get it fixed before it leads to water damage. All constructive insights greatly appreciated. Thanks, Nils...
Picture 1 - view through below shower access opening...the leak is in the blue pipe 't' fitting
Picture 2 - bedroom where I am considering going through lower wall unit to access
Picture 3 - picture is rotated 90 deg counter clockwise, shows the 6-8" the shower enclosure could possibly be lifted.