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Old 10-06-2018, 01:30 PM   #1
2015 Itasca Spirit 27QP
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Undermount sink mounting leaks '15 Itasca Spirit

2015 Itasca Spirit Silver 27QP
I have a double undermount stainless steel galley sink (Corian counter top) that leaks water that spills on the top lip by seeping between the sink and the counter top. I've dropped the sink, cleaned the mount surfaces and used silicone sealant to seal the seam and remounted the sink. This worked for about 6 months.

The sink has no support in the middle between the two basins and is sagging again and broke the silicone seal. There is nothing but Corian between the faucet and sink to install a clamp. I might be able to get a clamp on the front end of the sink.

Does anyone have a fix for this? Better adhesive? A method to support the rear middle of the sink?
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