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    I just installed a new SS kitchen sink. I cut out the corners square instead of rounded. Where can I get a sink trim ring to cover the holes in the corners?

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    As far as I know you can't. Most cutouts require a 1-1/2" radius on the corners. If you have the room under the cabinet you can always go to a larger sink.

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    This is a 33 x 22 sink and I don't have much more room. That looked like the largest Home Depot had.

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    Every sink I have ever installed had a template included. Sorry to say this, but I think you screwed up.

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    You need an Elkay sink with square corners, but they are NOT the lowest priced versions.
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    Here is an Elkay with square corners, that might work: http://www.elkayusa.com/cps/rde/xchg...res-10378.aspx
    It is also $1,000 so you have unfortunately learned an expensive lesson. I have done worse!!!!!!

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    Elkay makes a Lustertone LR-3322 for a lot less than that. Most of their sinks, other than the Pacemaker/Starlite lines have square corners.
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