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Old 12-20-2011, 10:02 PM   #16
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Inside drywall - but no access panel?

An access panel would have been easier than cutting a near perfect circle in walled tile - so maybe that was necessary for a different valve.

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Old 12-20-2011, 10:24 PM   #17
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Inside drywall - but no access panel?

An access panel would have been easier than cutting a near perfect circle in walled tile - so maybe that was necessary for a different valve.

mysteries mysteries.

That's kinda why I thought it might be original...?

Yeah the previous owners seemed pretty handy, but then I do something simple like change a towel bar and find that they used mismatched screw lengths and 3 phillips head and one flat head.

Oh well, What can you do?
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That's kinda why I thought it might be original...?

Yeah the previous owners seemed pretty handy, but then I do something simple like change a towel bar and find that they used mismatched screw lengths and 3 phillips head and one flat head.

Oh well, What can you do?


How to install a towel bar
One: Find towel bar at resale store.
Two: Sift through your jar of odds-and-ends nuts, bolts and screws until you find enough screws that will fit through the bars holes.
Three: find all necessary drill bits
Four: Hold the bar to the wall with one hand while you hold the drill with the other. This will avoid anything being level.


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