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Question DetailsAsked on 2/27/2020

There is water under the bathroom sink with no visible leaks. Cannot seem to find the source. Help!!!

We noticed several inches of water accumulation under the bathroom sink. I checked all the visible pipes, let the water run, etc trying to find the source but was unable to. The wood has absorbed so much of it and is completely sunken in the center. It seems like it's coming from the bottom but again, I'm unable to find where or why. It's an older home and we have had plumbing issues in the past. We have been overcharged and scammed by past plumbers so I'm hoping to get advice here about what the problem might possibly be before calling a plumber.

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I would closley inspect for cracks in the pipes that you may have missed at first. I would also take out any liquid products you may have stored under there (makeup remover, hairspray, etc.) and check those for leaks too. I hope this helps.

Answered 1 month ago by goldengirl23




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