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Old 06-24-2013, 09:35 PM   #1
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Sink Not Draining

Our Viking pop up has a 'flip up' style sink and water will not drain out of the sink. Looking under the sink it appears that the flexible drain pipe is too long (because of the 'flip' design sink) and that the water has to go uphill in order to drain (going against gravity). If I get under the sink and manually raise and lower the flexible hose the water will drain, but that is not convenient... Any thoughts or ideas as to how I can fix this so that we can use the sink?? Because of this issue we do not utilize the sink which is aggrevating...


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Old 06-25-2013, 08:20 AM   #2
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Just a thought, can you put an eye bolt under the sink area somewhere so you can bungie cord the drain hose into position so it will drain properly. Unhook it when lowering the sink so it doesn't put stress on anything underneath. This way you only have to get under there twice, when flipping up and when flipping down.
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