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jimcenname

@Blueespy the visible screws on the sink are all that hold the sink in place. Look inside where the sink pivots, there are a few screws there. When you pull the sink assembly out you will have to disconnect the hot and cold water and the drain, all easy to do. When you remove the sink there is a large piece of plywood that Nucamp installed and to which the sink was screwed. I attached the new plywood panel to that wood but used some 3/4 inch square dowels to push the new plywood panel out a little. The screws that hold the towel rod bracket in place are also the screws that hold the plywood panel in place. I hope that helps. I don't have a picture of the installation of the 3/4 inch wood.

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  • jimcenname
    @Blueespy the visible screws on the sink are all that hold the sink in place. Look inside where the sink pivots, there are a few screws there. When you pull the sink assembly out you will have to disconnect the hot and cold water and the drain, all easy to do. When you remove the sink there is a large piece of plywood that Nucamp installed and to which the sink was screwed. I attached the new plywood panel to that wood but used some 3/4 inch square dowels to push the new plywood panel out a little. The screws that hold the towel rod bracket in place are also the screws that hold the plywood panel in place. I hope that helps. I don't have a picture of the installation of the 3/4 inch wood.
    October 30
    • Sharon_is_SAM
      Sharon_is_SAM
      Hi jimcenname - I noticed your post on the public wall. I can tell you posted from the large Activity box on your own profile page. Please know that by doing so, you are sending the post to yourself. Notice your comments are also recorded under your name on your profile page. If you want to message another member via the public wall, go to their profile by clicking their name and record your message to them on their Activity page. In addition, to respond to someone’s message, use the “Comment” under their message to you. I see you used the “@“ symbol to send a notification to Blueespy. I am not sure if that works within the public wall system as it was intended to be used with Discussion comments. Do you know how to send a private message? Let me know if you need any help. Sharon - Moderator
  • Blueespy
    Just came across your picture with the bathroom modification.  We have a 400 bdl and I would like to remove the sink as well and do something very similar to what you did.  How difficult was it to remove the sink?  Do you have any pictures of the process?  How did you attach the piece of maple with the towel racks?  Sorry for all the questions, but we never use the sink either and we could use the space.
    October 29