|Posted by Curt on June 22, 19100 at 09:15:49:|
|In response to Re: replacing a bathroom countertop and sink|
Open up the cabinet and look inside at the top corners. There are little metal brackets with screws going into the counter top. Of course you will also need to disconnect all of the plumbing. You will be very lucky if it goes back together without some changes for your new sink/countertop. The marble countertops are often stuck down with a bead of silicone around the top of the cabinet.
: I don't know how to remove the old one without damaging the cabinets.
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