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    Been to a job today and somebody had decided to use a street elbow and a soldered male iron for a wall outlet instead of using a standard back to wall elbow!

    There is no way to change this without damaging tiles/plasterboard behind and the property is rented so landlord doesn't really want this done.

    I was was just wondering does anyone know of a shower wall outlet with a female thread ? Or a removable thread so I can just use female side . Like this>> put preferably metal Shower outlet question!!-img_0604.jpg
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