Shower room sink

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  1. Ed Excel

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    Hi all,

    If you have an RD Plastics moulded sink and pedestal in your AT, have you ever taken it out to gain access to pipework. I loosened the fixing screws in the upstand of the sink on ours but the unit would not budge. Does anyone know how it's fixed?

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    Ed
     
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    It's probably bedded down on somthing sticky like sillicone, people have been known to have to destroy a shower tray to get it out. You can get them repaired in situ.
    The sink pedistal has probably been bonded in a similar way.
     
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    sink repair

    I have just done this job on our MH. Once you have taken the screws out you have to lift it up10/15 mm so it unclips from the bottom then it should come away easy.
    I was surprised at how easy it was.
    Good luck
     
  4. Ed Excel

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    Thanks for that. I guess what I haven't done is what Diabalo said (thanks also D) and released it from the goo. Sorry for delayed response but been away from a connection for a bit.

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