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Old 10-02-2023, 11:46 AM   #1
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Shower Knobs/Control Access?

Hi all -

Quick question - I need to replace my shower knobs who have tragically given up the ghost after - um - 18 years. They had a good run. The photo shows what appears to be an access panel at the right height for the shower on the bedroom wall next to the shower.

Question is on removing this panel. (It's on a Jayco 2005 Greyhawk 29GS.) Can I just gently pop this off and expect that it will go back into place without great difficulty? With no screws, I'm a little concerned...

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That's one I've never seen. Wonder if PO added it, usually they are held in place with screws.
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I would gently pry that out. You've got nothing to lose. Worst case you find out that it was press fit and no longer stays in and you shoot a couple of screws into the corners.
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I would gently pry that out. You've got nothing to lose. Worst case you find out that it was press fit and no longer stays in and you shoot a couple of screws into the corners.
Thanks, guys. I will be gentle, try to get it out and go from there. I have been insulating what I can reach in the MH...any problem with stuffing some non-faced, R-19 in that wall that you can think of? Thanks, again..
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Problem is that can trap moisture if you get a leak which may not show due do to the insulation. Personally, I would not be concerned if it's an inside wall.
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Problem is that can trap moisture if you get a leak which may not show due do to the insulation. Personally, I would not be concerned if it's an inside wall.
Got it. No insulation. On opening the access - turns out there really wasn't room enough anyway. Thanks, Grumpy...!
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