This all started as a plumbing problem! Leaking pressure relief valve. Then after ordering TWO new relief valves, I discovered that my main water regulator was the real culprit, DUH....it was not regulating the city pressure at 65 lbs and that was making my pressure relief valve open at 60 lbs and drip. drip, drip!! Double DUH!
Important useful info: 76 Sovereign Intl. 31 ft., rear bath.
The main Regulator and pressure relief valve are located in the far right rear
streetside corner! A tight space and nearly impossible to reach from the rear access door.....Then
....I also discovered that there is a badly rotted wet patch of floor in that corner, as well!! There is an obvious inside or outside water leak....I'll figure that one out. So, I got to get at it from inside the trailer in order to make an effective repair on the Regulator, relief valve and the floor (I'm thinking ROT Doctor).
Now to the purpose of this thread......I need to dismantle the lower part of the sink cabinet, that part that is below the electrical breaker box. And.....I want to do it in a way that will allow me to reassemble it so it looks good. I will also remove the commode just to have room to work (UGH). My bathroom is carpeted, including up the wall on the sink cabinet.
So, how do I do this without doing serious damage that will show when I reassemble the cabinet? Everything plastic is old and brittle. Can I still buy the plastic strip that covers the rivets in the aluminum extrusion?