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How do I get the base to stay on chair 98508CHN01

Followed manufacturers directions of inserting pipe of base into the hole of the brace for the bottom of the chair. Pipe will not go through the top hole to the cross brace.

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Hello. You're not going to believe this, but MAXX says that the drain and the wall pannels (glued) will keep it in place if the floor is properly leveled before. Personally, when I installed mine (model 105525 - exactly the same installation instructions) I used silicone on the base at each stud area. it's secure, but not permanent, and won't allow an area for a crack to form.

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