Originally Posted by Armi96r
Just returned from a trip to Holland Michigan. During the trip we noticed our kitchen sink was cracked and leaking. How does one replace the sink and where would I find the replacement sink? I have a 2017 whitehawk 28dsbh. I am not that handy of a guy. Should I take it in to the dealer or is it an easy fix?
Unfortunately nothing involving plumbing is an easy fix. You can probably go back thru Jayco and get a replacement sink that will fit the opening. If still under warrantee I would go back to the dealer. If not I would [as I did] do it myself. The OEM plastic sinks are junk. They are increadibly thin in the corners which is where mine busted. We traveled with the coffeemaker and a few counter top items secured in the sink and padded with towels. Apparantly the vibration during travel flexed the sink causing it to crack in 2 corners.
I replaced the OEM with a double bowl stainless I purchased via amazon. The specifics are documented on another thread that you should be able to access via the search function. Others have used the same replacement sink. In my case the new sink required me to make the hole in the counter top slightly bigger which is not that difficult. It just requires careful measurements and a circular saw. The most difficult part is connecting the new faucets [the OEM faucets are junk too]. Standard fixtures from Lowes or H Depo will fit but the space is tight under the counter. The secret is to install the faucets into the sink BEFORE setting the sink in the opening.
DW loves the new sink.