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Hello. Just go to home depot or lowes and get 2-3 spray cans of expandible foam. If you have acces to the opening between the floor and shower floor spray it around the gap. If not, Just use a small drill bit and make some holes around the wood frame and spray it. These foam will secure the shower and also will prevent the shower floor to crack it.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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