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Old 11-19-2018, 05:43 AM   #1
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Bathroom sink and drain pipe -- one piece?

The drain pipe in our Sunstar 29VE bathroom sink broke during our latest trip -- looks like something stored under the sink banged into it hard enough to snap the pipe.

I assumed it would be a matter of unscrewing the pipe fixture, but it appears that the sink and the drain pipe are one piece. I don't see threads or a nut where the pipe meets the sink, but there is what looks like orange plumber's putty.

I'm planning to get a closer look this weekend, but has anyone else had this experience? I hope I don't have to replace the entire sink...the break is pretty close to the top of the pipe, so I don't think a PVC joint will fit.

Thanks for any advice.
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