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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 18-07-2014, 22:33 Thread Starter
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sink for C.I. Cipro 85 needed.

Hi folks I am looking for a bit of guidance re the replacement of the sink in the wash room in my Cipro 85, year 2006. The sink is a grey plastic one, approx. 14"X12"X 5"--6" it developed a crack whilst in Spain in June. I have been quoted £130 for a replacement from C.I. this is though a reputable dealer who has helped me in the past and who I know is genuine. The main sink (stainless steel) in the kitchen which is more than three times the size is a mere £70. Could anyone out there point me in the right direction to replace the sink (wash room) at a more realistic price.
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I found one on a German site but they only sold to the trade, Motorhomes repaired bought it for me with a bit added on for handling.

You will need to get some detailed pictures, also you may need a new waste and trap as the plug hole was a different size.

It still worked out around a £100 pounds and I had to fit it.

It was for a Burstner but about the same size from memory.


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Try these people


The above is only a personal opinion
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Bob, If you don't have any luck on getting one, perhaps you could modify a second hand one (there are several on ebay of various sizes/colours at approx. £25) to fit in the space of cracked one if you are a handy man.

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Hey Bob,
depending on the crack why not repai it?
Mrs T dropped the shampoo bottle on our and cracked it, how thin is it, stupid money for a replacement IF you find one!
any how a quick repair was done, sink out and contact glue smeared on back of crack, contact glue on some wide insulation tape, 5 mins joined together, cant even see the crack,
got home decided it would rip the sink apart trying to get my patch off so its been left,
must be the yorkshire blood i have in me
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