Originally Posted by LoriCalif
snip..... Is it hard to remove the outside kitchen to gain access?......snip
It can be done (I removed mine) and the simplest way is to disconnect the plumbing under the sink and remove the entire sink/stove drawer assembly. Also, there is a access panel (near floor) in the bathroom that gives very limited access to the outside kitchen plumbing.
The drawer assembly is bulky/heavy so two people make it a lot easier to handle when removing. Once everything is disconnected look for two black plastic tabs located on the drawer slide rails...., moving these tabs (up/down) with a finger will release the drawer slide rail assembly to pull free from base slide rail...., same process of removing kitchen cabinet drawers.
Having the drawer assembly out will give you "workable" access to the plumbing.
NOTE: The photo shows the upper wood shelf removed and sink/stove base slide rail wood frame support removed because I removed the entire kitchen in favor of using the space for storage.
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