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Old 05-24-00, 11:12 AM
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In about ttwo weeks I will have a Corion countertop installed, however, the installer does not remove the old countertop which is laminate. I want to know if it's easy to remove myself and what steps I need to remove it. Including any plumbing deinstallation.
 
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Old 05-24-00, 01:04 PM
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In about ttwo weeks I will have a Corion countertop installed, however, the installer does not remove the old countertop which is laminate. I want to know if it's easy to remove myself and what steps I need to remove it. Including any plumbing deinstallation.



As far as disconnect of plumbing goes, turn water off on stops, disconnect supplies to faucet and disconnect the trap. Simple enough.

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