It isn't like you have to take that sink out in one piece.
Get on it.
LOL!!! Yep! By the looks of it, P is 1/2 way there already! Easy Peazey!
Not sure if this is standard practice, but it looks jerry-built to me.
Same. Our fridge blew a fuse a couple of years ago, which should have been an easy fix, except that it was soldered directly to the logic board. The logic board was kind of hard to find (fridge was about 4 years old by then), about $250, and three weeks to deliver.I always like to get the bad stuff for the year out of the way in January, too.
Hope it all gets better from here!
That fridge is what pi55e5 me off. The quality of new appliances makes my blood boil. I was an appliance repair man for a number of years (still am in some ways) and it's just stunning to me what kind of junk the manufacturers are churning out these days.
The sink is definitely epoxied that's how they do under mounts with granite. I have the same situation a glass candleholder fell in the sink, the sink broke, candleholder survived. My sink is a top mount. However being a tile and stone mason I made sure my sink was solidly mounted. Hammer time.
Not a great start to the new year.
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My woman woke me up yesterday, crying, and said, "I need to talk to you about something." She apparently had dropped a glass in sink. The glass survived. I can only hope that the sink isn't epoxied to the granite.
Later, I walked out to the refrigerator in the garage to grab a soda, and I immediately realized something was wrong. It's brand new, just delivered less than two weeks ago.
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