I have a specialised tap that the plumber can't fix the dripping. He wants to replace it but can't remove the tap as it is glued into the glass top of the vanity and the glass shelf is siliconed in. He says he has to remove the glass shelf in order to get a go at removing the tap. He thinks he will break the glass. Do you have any suggestions?
Asked by Vivienne - Maroubra
Unfortunately after viewing the photo and the way the basin tap is installed, it seems that the only way of disconnecting the tap would be to remove the glass shelf.
It is difficult to say without being on site, but it does seem as though there is no other way.
We are an Adelaide based business, so unfortunately won’t be able to help any further.
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