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Remove the base of a pedestal sink.

Have a leaky shut off valve behind the base of a bathroom pedestal sink. Need to remove the base of the sink to get access to the leaky valve.How to remove the base or the entire sink? The sink is mounted to the wall.

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There are two bolts on either side of the sink. Remove them and lift the sink off of the base. Sometimes, depending on who installed it, you can slide the base out without removing the sink. Hope this helps.

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