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  • I'm Terry with Towers Murray Plumbing, here to show you how to fix a shower that will not drain. Now with a shower drain problem. For a lot of homeowners, certain things you can use. There's a little tool here, it's got little spikes on it. This tool is used to remove hair. Another tool is a grabber or pick up tool. This has little fingers that pop out to grab hold of things. So the first thing you'll need to do is remove the shower drain strainer. You usually have two screws. One on each side. If yours does not have screws it may be the kind that just simply pops on. And they just pop into place. You just need to get a screwdriver and pry that kind open. So, this thing will just pop off and then you can take your pick up tool, reach down. Now if the plug is beyond that you'll need a hand snake. Something like this, a little quarter inch snake. And these here simply feed down the drain so far, and then you lock them in place, twist, and force that down. Be careful when you're pulling that back, sometimes you're going to pull back some sludge or things like that, that can be quite messy. And again, I'm Terry with Towers Murray Plumbing. We've showed you how to fix a shower drain problem.

    The strainer is the portion of the drain that is visible while standing in the shower. This piece is usually made of metal, such as brushed nickel or chrome, and is designed to catch large objects and prevent them from going down the drain. To remove a shower drain strainer, it can be unscrewed by the two screws which attach it to the strainer body below. Older screws may require the use of a flat head screw driver, while newer models are usually attached using Philips head screws.

  • I'm Terry with Towers Murray Plumbing, here to show you how to repair a shower drain problem. Now, on a shower drain problem, if the problem is a plugged drain, different tools that can be used, this is a grip tool, simply has small barbs that will help catch the hair. Pull your strainer off, push this down through the drain. This will help catch any hair to pull back. Another product, this is a pickup tool, or a claw tool. If you've dropped something down the drain, this will reach down fairly deep, get a hold of anything to pull that back. And so, the first thing you'll to need to do is remove the shower drain strainer, usually have two screws, one on each side. If yours does not have screws, it may be the kind that just simply pops on, and they just pop into place. You just need to get a screwdriver, and pry that kind open. So, this thing will just pop off. And then, you can take your pickup tool, reach down. Now, if the plug is beyond that, you'll need a hand snake, something like this, a little quarter inch snake. And, these here simply feed down the drain, so far, and then you lock them in place, twist, and force that down. Be careful, when you're pulling that back, sometimes you're going to pull back some sludge or things like that, that can be quite messy. And again, I'm Terry with Towers Murray Plumbing. We've showed you how to repair a shower drain problem.

    The Sioux Chief 2 in. PVC Shower Drain with Strainer features a PVC body and lock nut, an elastomer no-caulk gasket and a 19-Gauge stainless-steel strainer. No caulk required. Product width is 4.25 in. Sioux Chief 828 series shower module drain shall be used where necessary in drainage systems.

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The Sioux Chief 2 in. PVC Shower Drain with Strainer is a solvent-welded shower module drain. Includes a screw-on 19-Gauge, stainless-steel strainer. Product width is 4.25 in. Sioux Chief 825 series shower module drain shall be used where necessary in drainage systems.