Question about Maax Brio II One-Piece Neo-Angle Corner Shower with MAAX IES 1/2 System - 1
I think the problem is in the valve, not the shower head, since back massagers also are leaking. I read that it is probably some ring or valve behind the handle that both turns water on and directs water to one of the three water delivery mechanisms. Gray plastic plug looking thing in center of handle, I suspect hiding the screw to remove handle to get to leaky ring. I am afraid to destroy the plastic handle plug for fear my theory is not right, and then husband will scold me for doing that! Tired of waiting for him to fix it (been 6 months!), and I think I can do this. :) Any advice?
Maax is the shower surround. The valve has internal parts that are bad and that will be another name.
Posted on Nov 06, 2019
Its probbably the hose connected to the valve, try screwing it back on and turn the water up slowly, if that does not help, check your local radio shack
Posted on Nov 05, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: leaking maax shower drain
you might but it will depend if it is pvc then yes any other material you might be able to use a waterproof epoxy but it will harder to repair because of the epoxy but the pvc you can prime and glue the seam from the inside..
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
There will be a nailing flange on the walls of your shower. Typically, drywall screws are used on this flange on the top portion and along outside edges spaced 6-8" apart. Use a high quality tub/shower caulk down the seams.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
Here it is...
Be patient it is a large pdf file...
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
This is the only site i could find they might be able to get the info for you
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
SOURCE: Trying to install a Maxx
Hello. You're not going to believe this, but MAXX says that the drain and the wall pannels (glued) will keep it in place if the floor is properly leveled before. Personally, when I installed mine (model 105525 - exactly the same installation instructions) I used silicone on the base at each stud area. it's secure, but not permanent, and won't allow an area for a crack to form.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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