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Old 12-10-2020, 05:41 PM   #1
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Inside leak from somewhere under bathroom sink

I have an 2012 Open Road 30GA
I discovered a small section of soft floor behind and in-between the toilet and sink in the bath room.
I know I have a leak somewhere under the sink. I pulled the toilet today and some of the floor tile behind it and could put my finger through the wood floor. I need to take out the sink/cabinet and hot water tank to find the leak and repair the floor.

Iím not sure if there is an easy way to get the sink/cabinet out or if Iím forced to cut it up to remove it.
It looks like the hot water tank and cabinet were put in and hooked up and then the walls were built around it since most of the screws inside the cabinet donít have enough room to get to to remove. Or is there some secret to this.

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Since no one else has responded I offer a suggestion. I would take the doors off and remove the drawer. I would then disconnect the plumbing from the sink and remove the false floor. I would see if there is a way to remove the top. On our 2013 35 QBA it looks like there are screws up through the vanity flange that holds the top on.

Once the top is off hopefully you can get to the screws or staples that hold the vanity in place.
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