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Old 03-12-2018, 07:00 PM   #8
Carbidetooth
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1. No
2. Ideally yes
3. It's some work but if you want a result that's better than it seems was there, you should really replace the drain.

Schluter makes a retrofit drain that fits into clamping drain like I'm assuming you have. Might work but I'd encourage you to consider a waterproofing SYSTEM and stick with it. You need a flat and mostly level surface to install a foam shower base regardless of manufacturer.

Sounds like a sketchy foundation on which to build a good shower. Photos might tell us more.
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