Happy thanksgiving fellow forumersThank you for your help. OMG low point drain is under the shower pan? Really? Yup!! Hereís one that will surely make you laugh - this was a family project the 1st time- my nephew who has a TT came over to help find the shut valves etc. between all of us looking things up & down took a long time. Next time should be a whole lot easier. BTW- so glad we did it ourselves & not let it sit on some lot for a few weeks
I have located the low point drain hoses under the shower pan (started looking under the vehicle then traced backward) however can not find the valves that let them drain....
In the attached photo the nearer pipes are the supply to the shower. Those farther in are the low point with the vertical portion of the ďTĒ passing through the floor and out. Following the drain pipes to the left, they turn vertical and run parallel to the shower supply lines until they disappear from sight. To the right, they pass behind a 2x4 then along the floor and out of sight. I neither see nor feel any valve that I can turn. Suggestions welcome.[ATTACH]
I think I can see your cold water handle in the pic, under and behind the top lines. Itís a black T handle that you pull up to open (not twist, like every other water valve). If the water hose above it gets in the way, you can turn the handle to position it so thereís clearance. Whatever you do, donít remove the U shaped metal pin on the T handle stem- it can stay on when you open the valve and itís a pain to get back on. Ask me how I know.