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Old 02-22-2021, 01:45 PM   #1
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Galley removal to access floor rot

Iíve discovered floor rot in my 1993 21í Sovereign. The rot is isolated along the wall and runs about six feet. The rot went undetected as it started behind the galley. I have a shop lined-up to replace a section of sub floor (using a floor rot replacement method found here on Air Forums) and to repair the leak, however, the shop has asked that the galley be removed before they conduct the work. Iím considering taking on the galley removal myself but am curious if there are any suggested steps for the job. I see the steps as;
- Disconnect plumping.
- Remove range and furnace - is this straightforward?
- Remove countertop.
- Remove cupboard section.

Any thoughts/suggestions before I embark on this project would be greatly appreciated. Or, am I crazy to take this on.....Iím moderately handy. Iíve attached a couple of photos.

Thanks in advance for any replies/feedback.
Tom
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