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  1. Hi I had to remove the glass panels from this quadrant shower cubicle and I'm struggling to get one of the screens back in place properly. The small glass panel is supposed to slide into the wall channel, and some holes in the side of the channel (inside the cubicle) should align with some holes in the frame attached to the glass panel, allowing for some screws to go in and securing the frame in place. My problem is that the frame isn't going deep enough into the channel. Normally I'd take the rubber mallet to it, but I'd probably end up with glass everywhere..... I could try opening up the channel with some quick release grips, but that might cause stability problems, and open up the possibility of future leakage. Alternatively, I could try lubricating the frame a bit with some silicone lubricant - whilst this is unlikely to interfere with the silicone sealant that i'll be applyiing on the inside of the channel where it meets the tray (like how it was when I removed the glass panel), I'm not sure that this is the best approach. Can anyone suggest a better method? Also, the frame on the other side of the glass panel (which has the pivot hinge) was glued to the tray, but as I don't have the original installation instructions, I don't know what adhesive is best to use. What would people recommend? Liquid nails? Thanks
  2. Just ordering shower screens and could do with some advice on gap sizes / screen lengths. All for shower trays (with tanking planned down the walls to the tray, but not on the actual bathroom floor where you get out of the shower - unless someone says this is advisable?) Shower 1: 1500 x 800 tray (to be tiled on 3 sides leaving the 1500 length untiled). What length screen should I get? 900mm, leaving a 600mm entrance in. Or 1000mm, leaving a 500mm entrance in. Shower 2: 1500 x 900 tray with a 450 x 900 tiled floor area at the end (to be tiled along the 900 and 1500 sides) What length screen to get? 1400mm or shorter so can get into shower via the tiled floor at the end or side? Or screen off the 900 end? Am worried about the shower spraying out the end of the tray...... Shower 3: 1200 x 800 tray only tiled on 2 sides. Full enclosure not desired by claustrophobic teenager. Screen the 800 end and screen 700mm of the 1200mm side? Or just a side screen? Will the water spill out the back of a 1200mm tray? Thanks
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