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Doing a remodel of our guest upstairs bathroom. I removed all the old tile and cement board to find a bit of expected water damage to the subfloor near the tub (we had a soft spot).

When I looked at the subfloor I saw it was only 1/4" Plywood. I believe it should be 23/32". I don't think I can or should just patch it with more 1/4" I need to remove the whole bathroom floor and replace it with thicker plywood even though this will effect my door height.

Would love and appreciate any thoughts you folks might have.
 

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Doing a remodel of our guest upstairs bathroom. I removed all the old tile and cement board to find a bit of expected water damage to the subfloor near the tub (we had a soft spot).

When I looked at the subfloor I saw it was only 1/4" Plywood. I believe it should be 23/32". I don't think I can or should just patch it with more 1/4" I need to remove the whole bathroom floor and replace it with thicker plywood even though this will effect my door height.

Would love and appreciate any thoughts you folks might have.
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