How the heck did it get here?
The water is trapped in the tank that’s part of the shower, so we had to pump out the water before we could install it.
The pump is supposed to be in the lower right corner of the picture.
The bottom of the pump has a large hole that holds the pump in place.
The hole also has a small hole for the hose that the water flows through.
The hose that drains the water from the shower has a short hose with a rubber gasket at the top, a small metal valve that holds it in place, and a small hose clamp that holds a rubber pad on the side of the hose.
The entire assembly takes about an hour to install and is a good amount of work.
The only real problems with the installation is that you’ll need to be careful with how much you use the hose clamp because the hose will be quite tight.
When the shower is full, you can see that the hose clamps are quite snug and that it’s going to be a bit difficult to get it out.
The final piece of hardware is a screwdriver that has a threaded hole.
You’ll need this for installation of the water pump, and it comes in a nice black plastic case that you can stuff the hose into.
Now, you might be thinking, well, the shower water is really cold!
That’s because the shower tank is heated by the heating element inside the shower.
If the water is too hot, the heat will cause the tank to boil, which can kill the shower and cause water to leak out.
And if the temperature inside the tank is too low, the water will just boil and leak out instead.
But there’s no need to worry because we’ve made sure to use heat from the outside to keep the water cool.
That’s why we didn’t have to add a fan inside the house.
Instead, we just ran a heat pump inside the water tank to keep it from freezing.
When you’re finished with the shower installation, you’ll notice that you’re in the middle of a new shower.
The water tank is a lot smaller than it used to be, but that’s because we’re using the larger tank as a storage container for all the water that was added.
We also added a large window, a water pipe, and an extra door that will keep you from accidentally spilling water all over the place.
And that’s it!
You can now install the shower at your new home, but you’ll want to keep in mind that you need to keep a few things in mind.
First, remember that you will need to use the water at the very top of the tank when installing the shower to prevent leaks.
The tank will be full when you install the bathroom, so you can only use the shower with the water running through it.
And you’ll also want to consider using a fan in the front to keep water from leaking out of the door.
Lastly, you want to remember that the shower isn’t really going to last forever.
It’s not going to have a big lifespan because the water stays warm and it’ll eventually get very cold.
So it might take awhile for the water to run out, and you’ll eventually need to get rid of it.
If you’re installing the bathroom at your next home, I’d suggest installing it right before the holidays so that you have a good winter weather base for the installation.
It will also allow you to see the water coming out of your shower before it starts to freeze.
And when you’re done with the new shower, you should also consider getting a few more showerheads so that the new plumbing can be installed.