Removing Shower

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  1. Spades

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    Hi all,
    Bought a shower that's been installed but never been used.Comes with taps and shower head.

    Now i've got to uninstall it,so are these easy to uninstall?
    It's semi frameless,i think my main issue to uninstall is the base and disconnecting from the waste gate.

    Also,i'm considering an alarm which has to be uninstalled.
    Anyone got or know of the ness alarm system dx8?
    If so,are they any good and are they easy to uninstall?

    Cheers Spades.
     
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    Alarm

    Should be just a matter of cutting all of the figure 8 cable to each monitored item (there will be open circuits & closed circuits). Control box may be in the roof, turn off power. Label each of the circuits as to what they controlled.
    You may be able to get the manual online with all the necessary inquiry codes.
     
  3. Spades

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    Gave the alarm a miss....removing the shower was a b1t*h.
    Shower easy BUT base glued to the floorboards,farout.
    Gave up after an hour as i would have needed to cut and take the floorboards with me.
    All good,left the base,100 off with some freebies thrown in :p
     
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    Shower will be easy. Take it slow and you'll get there.

    Should the alarm not be done a professional or an electrician at least?
     
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    Hi Chilliblue,
    The removal of the shower was the easy peasy part but the base was glued to the floorboards.
    I would have had to cut around the base and taken the base with underlay/floorboards attached,wasn't worth it.

    Re:Alarm,most electrical stuff i can do but gave the alarm a miss as i didn't need it.
    If you don't know what your doing then you'd a hire a professional/electrician.