I'm trying to disconnect the shower tray from the drainage pipe but the white plastic bit that looks like it could be screwed off seems stuck tight:
I'm not sure I can apply the torque needed to unscrew it both because of how stuck it seems and also because there isn't a lot of room to work with:
Out of interest here is what the drainage hole looks like on the shower tray:
And here is the whole shower tray:
Overall my goal is to lift out the shower tray and this is the only thing stopping me from doing that. I will be putting the shower tray back in and will need to reconnect it again afterwards.
Should I cut through the brown pipe at the point where the white screw on bit currently sits and then get a new connector? What tool should I use for this? What part would I need to reconnect it?
Or is there a tool that someone would recommend to apply the torque needed in such a tiny space?
All advice welcome.