Originally Posted by DanW350TS
I noticed my top drawer was dragging on the drain, and then noticed the double sink was sagging, which was the cause.
Last week I added/jammed a 1x2 vertically under the sink bowl adjacent to the drawer slides, and screwed it to the trim cross member to keep it from moving. Then I added a 2nd 1x2 vertically under the faucet portion of the double sink and secured it with a 1x2 going between a couple of trim pieces. Those moved the sink back up 1/4", which was enough to stop the drawer from dragging on the drain line.
We started noticing water on the shelf beneath the kitchen sink after about five months of ownership. The sink had dropped down just enough to break the adhesive and water sitting on the top lip ran over and then dripped down.
I could slip a paper towel in the top and see if beneath in a few places. So I used paper towels to blot up the standing water in the gap (there was a lot) and then applied a sealer/adhesive as a temporary repair.
When it was back at the factory I requested they add some type of bracing and they just installed it again like it was. I also had one bathroom sink partially break the adhesive as well so I'm going to add some kind of bracing to all three of them.
We also no longer keep the kitchen sink cover inserts in place when driving, or unless we really need the flat space. The chassis bouncing while driving plus the weight of those inserts cannot do anything but hurt the factory sink attachment method.