Pour a number of buckets of water directly down the drain
and then check for dampness. This will test the piping
without getting the pan wet.
I would wait several days to be sure the area is dry, then
place one of those large rubber "disc" drain stoppers over
the drain. Run the shower long enough to flood the pan to
a depth of maybe 1" or so. Let sit for several hours and check for
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