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Unread 09-28-2007, 04:54 AM   #2
ddmoit
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Welcome to the forum, TP.

You've certainly come to the right place to get your issue solved. Am I correct in presuming that you and your husband built this shower starting with exposed studs to which you attached Wonderboard and some sort of vapor barrier? Tell us more about the pan construction. I don't understand the and caulked comment regarding the grout.

You say that water is getting behind the tiles. That is fairly normal, as tile and grout are not waterproof. Even grout sealant allows for the passage of water. In what part of the shower is this problem occurring?

Maybe a picture would help us better understand your problem.
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