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Sink plumbing just got a new kitchen sink but waste and sink are now at wrong levels whats the solution please??

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There are many different pipes available from most DIY shops or plumbers merchants to solve this problem, probably the easiest is a flexible coupling. This looks like a 'concertina' type pipe with waste couplings on each end. If you are in the UK both B&Q and IKEA stock this part. Hope this helps

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