A replacement shower valve can cost up to $1,500, depending on the valve type and what’s in the water, according to the National Recycling Center.
That can be a huge investment if you’re buying a shower that’s already been damaged.
We’ve found a way to get the valve out without breaking the plumbing.
Read moreIf you want to replace your shower valve, you’ll need a tool called a metal valve stem, which is designed to be attached to a metal bracket.
To do so, simply unscrew the metal clamp from the back of the valve, and the valve can be pushed out.
The valve can also be bent or bent out of place.
A water-resistant plastic stem can also help.
To remove the valve from the shower valve assembly, simply use a small screwdriver to push it out of the water.
If you’re going to use a metal stem, you may want to drill a hole in the bottom of the bracket and then drill a small hole in a second bracket.
The end result should look like this:After you’re done removing the valve stem and bracket, you can install the valve in your shower, replacing it with a metal one.
The water pressure in the shower will then be reduced.
If your water pressure is not reduced, you should replace the valve with a water-proof valve that doesn’t leak.