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Can I remove an old shower screen myself?

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I want to get an old shower screen replaced and am wondering if I could remove the old shower screen myself without specialized tools. The old screen is aluminium and glass with a sliding door and sits on a tile base.
Thanks for your help.
Peter

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Sure peter the sliding should lift out grab a screwdriver and off you go some screws may have covers over them but just be careful you don't push or go leaning on the glass panels to much you don't want go cutting your self it was installed by a person you are a person peter just uninstall it best of luck mate any further questions just ask glenn.........

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