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    31BHDD Shower Pan Drain Issue

    Hello,

    My wife and I bought a Northtrail 31BHDD in October. We have gone on 3 short weekend trips so far. On our last trip a taking a shower, when I stepped out of the tub, I stepped in to a puddle of water. What I found to be the problem was the drain locking ring snapped because of the flexing in the tub due to me or my wife stepping on or near the drain.

    Has anyone experienced this same issue and come up with a fix to either the drain pipes or reinforcing the bottom of the tub so that it does not flex so much.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you
    Steven

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    Re: 31BHDD Shower Pan Drain Issue

    HI Steven,


    Welcome to the Heartland Owners Forum. It seems like I've read a couple of posts over the past year or two where people have reinforced their tubs/showers. I expect you'll get some advice shortly.


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    Re: 31BHDD Shower Pan Drain Issue

    I had the same issue with my 2020 31BHDD after two trips. Turned out the be the connection from the drain to the P trap had snapped. I figured it was movement while driving and had the dealer replace it. Next trip out, same thing. I decided to tackle it myself and replaced it with thicker PVC from Lowes and all new threaded couplings. No problems after three trips but I have slid a pan underneath just in case and I check it every trip.

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