Replacing damaged laminate flooring

Old 11-21-05, 08:04 AM
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Replacing damaged laminate flooring

I have had a small water leak problem in my kitchen and need to replace about 6 to 10 pieces of laminate flooring. The current flooring is tongue and groove type. I have had a consultant around who told me that the whole floor needed to be replaced. I find this a bit of a waste as the damaged area is fairly small. Any tips? Thanks
Old 11-21-05, 06:29 PM
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If you have extra planks, it is a pretty straight forward repair.

If you don't have the extra planks, your only solution, is total replacement.
Old 11-26-05, 06:46 AM
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I have a similar problem

I'm new to the forum, I need to replace a piece of laminate and I have extra planks. Can you point me to some instructions?

I have Armstong
Old 11-27-05, 09:32 AM
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