Everything you need came in the box
1 1/2" P-Trap
No, I had my contractor installed this tub during my house renovation and this is one of the best thing I did and I love it.
No, mine did not, but I’ve had mine for quite some time. It may include a lid now.
My husband got it at Home Depot, we also need a longer hose which was also purchased at Home Depot
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If the faucet fits into the pre-drilled holes you can.
Yes, it is in the center, at the rear of the tub
Remove the handle for the hot or cold valve, whichever one you determine is leaking, Normally the "hot" valve tends to leak first especially if you keep your water tank at the hottest setting. Taking a thin blade of a pocket knife, remove the decorative disc marked with an "H" or a "c" in order to expose the brass Philips head screw holding the valve handle in place. Once the handle is removed, the valve stem itself will be exposed. Using an opened-end wrench or small adjustable wrench carefully remove the valve stem from the faucet body. you will "see" the washer and the brass screw that holds it in place, at the bottom of the valve stem. Using a small straight slot screwdriver remove the screw to release the worn washer and replace with a new washer. Follow the procedure in reverse to reinstall the repaired stem valve and handle to the faucet body.
center of the hot valve to the center of the cold valve