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Old 05-27-2009, 07:26 AM   #1
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Supporting legs on Whirlpool!


Hi all, I am about to have my whirlpool installed in the basement. I have the ledger board up and the tub is level. On the bottom of the tub there is 4 legs to support the tub. 3 legs are touching the ground, but the 4th rests over gravel which fills in the waste lines/overflow cavity in the floor. The tub is acrylic and I am wondering if by the 4th leg not touching the ground if this will cause problems down the road. Any ideas on how I can support the 4th leg eliminating any future concern?

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Please....Anyone!?!?

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I think you want the forth leg helping to support the tub. First, is the leg adjustable like on a washing machine? Second, could you put a piece of steel or wood across the area to bring it to the leg?
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