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Replacing / Fixing Pipe Inside Cabinet

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Hi All,

We got a plumber (recommended by town council) to change the kitchen main pipe, prior to doing-up of the kitchen cabinets.

However we suspected the pipe was not well-sealed with the floor and thus there was high moisture and the occassional smell..

The moisture is so bad that a few of the metal hinges in the kitchen cabinet have rusted. :(

The plumber is agreeable to replace the pipe for us, but we have to arrange for contractor to dismantle the kitchen table-top n cabinets ourselves. The cost of dismantling will be bore by us too..

As the pipe was done months ago, it's really difficult for us to hold the plumber responsible. :wacko:

Another option is to open a hole in the cabinet, for the worker to apply sealant at the pipe bottom.. which we are unsure if that works.

Any advice?

Getting contractor to do a small job of cutting hole in the cabinet is tough.. while dismantling the whole kitchen-top is really too costly and troublesome..

Pls help! :bow:



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