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Old 05-01-2007, 10:06 AM   #15
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problem solved

well, we got it fixed. my poor husband spent 12 hours hunched over and under the dinette seat (would not unscrew because one screw comes from the outside (under the siding) and even at the end of 12 hours and 5 different trips to the store could he fix it.
three days later his dad, a plumber, went to help and low and behold it is a two man job. one thing they did was totally removed the drain rim, elbow and all and re plumb it. it takes two people one to hold the drain steady topside and the other to make the connections etc and then tighten it all up. no more leaks! thanks for all your help

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