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    Being a Church Trustee , and the Church was built in 1879 seems like always something to work on . Last evening at play practice someone mentioned that the door on bathroom vanity was hanging crooked. Like a dummy , I didn't check it out till this afternoon. Well I had looked at it a few weeks ago and I was planning on making a complete new front with new cabinet door. Went over today to measure everything , noticed the side of cabinet was pushing out and seemed wet, we it wasn't wet it was soaked..and the bottom shelf. Long story short , $225.00 later, a trip this afternoon to get new cabinet ,faucets, drain and new lines. Hoping to change the cabinet , and everything tomorrow. If I think of it I will post pictures.
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    I'd like to see pictures. I need to do that project in my Master bath. Not sure if I am up to that task, but seeing someone else's work might help me get it done.
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    Another good reason to not have "indoor plumbing".
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    Quote Originally Posted by etcallhome View Post
    Being a Church Trustee , and the Church was built in 1879 seems like always something to work on . Last evening at play practice someone mentioned that the door on bathroom vanity was hanging crooked. Like a dummy , I didn't check it out till this afternoon. Well I had looked at it a few weeks ago and I was planning on making a complete new front with new cabinet door. Went over today to measure everything , noticed the side of cabinet was pushing out and seemed wet, we it wasn't wet it was soaked..and the bottom shelf. Long story short , $225.00 later, a trip this afternoon to get new cabinet ,faucets, drain and new lines. Hoping to change the cabinet , and everything tomorrow. If I think of it I will post pictures.
    You can do this. The only bad part I can think of is when you have to mate abs or pvc pipe to galvanized pipe. That can run into problems. I haven't had to do this in a long time so maybe they have a fix for it by now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Berger View Post
    Another good reason to not have "indoor plumbing".
    Exactly. Our ancestors had it right. They didn't poop where they lived either


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Berger View Post
    Another good reason to not have "indoor plumbing".
    Was born and raised this way...hated it! Just sayin...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Berger View Post
    Another good reason to not have "indoor plumbing".
    You'll need to do better than that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etcallhome View Post
    Being a Church Trustee , and the Church was built in 1879 seems like always something to work on . Last evening at play practice someone mentioned that the door on bathroom vanity was hanging crooked. Like a dummy , I didn't check it out till this afternoon. Well I had looked at it a few weeks ago and I was planning on making a complete new front with new cabinet door. Went over today to measure everything , noticed the side of cabinet was pushing out and seemed wet, we it wasn't wet it was soaked..and the bottom shelf. Long story short , $225.00 later, a trip this afternoon to get new cabinet ,faucets, drain and new lines. Hoping to change the cabinet , and everything tomorrow. If I think of it I will post pictures.
    Your church is fortunate to have you to keep it repaired, Gene. I'm sure that God appreciates it also.
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    OK, Farmgirl ,here goes nothing. Just noticed I don't have the pictures of inside old cabinet . Finishing ripping the door off old cabinet, turned off both water lines at shut off valve. Disconnected water lines , and the drain lines. Then tried lifting the old sink up off cabinet , what ever sealant that was used top was not moving. Took a hammer and wood chisel under the top and tried breaking top loose from cabinet . It finally broke loose plus the one corner of the old top. Found 2 screws from inside cabinet to the wall, removed them. Before lifting the cabinet up over the two water shut off valves had to make the holes larger , wasn't very hard since cabinet was soaking wet. After I had shut the water off at shutoff valve I did remove the screw and the handle , made a little less size opening needed in new cabinet and kept the water line from being turned on before having the faucets connected.

    Sorry I didn't take picture attaching the faucets to the top. Sure you can find this on the net. But while attaching the faucets , and to make your job easier connect the braided or flexible line to the faucets. Doing this before putting the top on cabinet just saves a lot of laying on the floor .

    The new cabinet , our lines as you could see went through the bottom shelf. So I had decided location since this new cabinet was 6" larger than the one cabinet. Once I had cabinet setting up against the water lines and drain , plus cabinet was square to wall , I measured the distance from wall to front of the water lines. Transferred that measurement from back of cabinet to the correct distance and marked both sides of the pipes to give a better location . Drilled the holes , then did a test fit, lifting the cabinet up over the lines. After 3 tries and enlarging the holes a tad bit each time it fit. Located a stud put 2 screws inside back of cabinet through into the wall.
    I then put a bead of silicone caulk on top of cabinet , lifted the top to cabinet and pressed it in place making sure equal amounts were on each side of the cabinet. Attached the water lines to the shut off valves, and replaced the shut off handle and screw. (Hold shut off valve handle as you remove or install the screw, just saying you could end up with a water mess Just saying )
    Almost done, attached both knobs then noticed the doors were not straight across or plumb. Withe these hinges the 2 horizontal screws will adjust left or right , or in our out. (only took a slight turn of the screw) the 4 screws will allow the door to be moved up or down..then retightened.

    Turned on the water checked for leaks , had found one on the cold line , not suppose to use teflon tape but that is what stopped the leak.
    As all the instructions state, don't over tighten the fittings especially using plastic drain lines or the flexible water lines. I always hand tighten the drain lines to a good tight fitting. I have been able to put the water supply lines finger tight and then just a little help with a wrench and no leaks the one today needed some extra help.
    All finished rechecked for leaks and rechecked again none when I left ,, all finished after cleaning up the mess and taking away all the old items.
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    We have a Red Honda Pioneer 700-4 (4 seater) w/soft top , doors, and winch.

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