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post #11 of 25 (permalink) Old 20-05-2018, 17:08
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No mate


More like the Dometic ones here...


https://caratech.co.uk/product/carav...xoCThcQAvD_BwE


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After numerous emails the best that AT could do was give me the part number for a whole new sink and drainer!


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Can you post a picture of one Graham?

Not for a couple of weeks Kev.


They are like these...


https://caratech.co.uk/product/carav...xoCThcQAvD_BwE



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Looks like any other sink to me Kev....



The black blobs are the screw covers and it is one of those I am missing.


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I have three screws but only one cover........

they are not very robust IMO.
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I've got those rubber caps on my Smev hob. A couple of them have fallen off as they seem to have expanded and don't press down onto the recess. Luckily I haven't lost one (at that crazy price as with all Dometic spares) as I super-glue them down!

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Ours fell off and I dutifully popped it back on...




..until Mrs GMJ did some vigorous cleaning and must have washed it down the sink


I have asked the friendly dealer where I have all my work done, if they can help. Watch this space!!



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