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Question on replacing Radiator covers after new tile is installed.

Question on replacing Radiator covers after new tile is installed.

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Old 01-23-09, 05:40 PM
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Question on replacing Radiator covers after new tile is installed.

I removed my old radiator covers as to install new ones after the tiling was complete. My tile is all installed, but it looks like it might be tough for me to install the new covers. The reason being is it looks like re there is little to no space for the cover to slip behind the tile to the floor. I hope this makes sense. Thanks!
 
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Old 01-23-09, 09:16 PM
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So, did they tile up to the radiator so far and you need to slip the radiator cover on but the tile in front of the radiator is too close and will not let you? Tile can be cut with masonry saw. Call the tile setter and see if he will come back to do you a favor.
 
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