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Old 06-12-2013, 08:59 PM   #1
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Crack in the Kitchen Sink on my DSDP

Well, the beat goes on. Today after I got the Stinky Hot Water Sorted out, I see a water spot under the sink. On further investigation, I find I have a crack in my Kitchen Sink. The DW is not happy with getting the cleaning stuff wet AND, when DW ain't happy, nobody is happy......
Looking at the problem, I don't relish the idea of replacing the sink. BIG Job....
Does anyone know of a glue or sealing product I could use to repair the crack?
I'm thinking I should be able to gouge out the crack with my trusty Dremel and squirt a product in to seal it. Just not sure of what material the sink is made of to get the right stuff. The counter tops are Corian but not sure of the sink. Looks like the same stuff...
Knowing this forum, I have every confidence that one (or more) of you Newmar Experts will be able to steer me in the right direction.

Thanks in advance,,,,,
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Our sinks are Corian, just like the countertops. Any countertop shop that works with Corian or it's copies will be able to repair it.
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Old 06-12-2013, 10:02 PM   #3
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Our sinks are Corian, just like the countertops. Any countertop shop that works with Corian or it's copies will be able to repair it.
Thanks Mr. D,
I had a hunch that was the case. We are on our way to our new place in Osoyoos, BC and there is an RV Dealer there that claims to be a Class A expert so I'll check with them when we get there.
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