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There should be clamps with threaded bolts in the box or already attached to sink one for each corner they over lap to catch counter just line them up and tighten if you dont have you can get replacements at hardware store

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The stone installer told you to use silicone,
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or void any warranty and buy the counter top again when you break it
formica is plastic on a chipboard substrate -not stone

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