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Question DetailsAsked on 7/12/2020

Can water travel underneath cabinet floor to other part of kitchen floor but not affect floor by sink?

Kitchen sink cabinet floor got semi flooded. Cleaned up, but the floor sagged. We covered with plywood. At a different time we had a faucet leak. so parts of plywood floor got wet. Meanwhile the particle bd floor just broke apart. Cleaned that up and took it out. Noticed water line (wetness vs dryness) was in a semi circle on sub floor. Laminate flooring by sink has no bumps in it. But I have L shaped counter not near the sink. That flooring by the L shaped counter has bumps in it. Could water travel from sink to L shaped counter flooring to cause bumps by the L shaped counter, but not by the sink floor area?

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