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Old 12-16-2007, 11:13 PM   #1
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My a/c drain pan backed up and started to overflow into my vent and ended up getting under my laminate wood floor in the hallway. a few of the planks warped up where they meet each other. Is there a way to replace a few planks without redoing the whole or most of the house? i have access to the edge of a few boards where it goes to a bathroom thats tiled. any ideas? Thanks.

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My a/c drain pan backed up and started to overflow into my vent and ended up getting under my laminate wood floor in the hallway. a few of the planks warped up where they meet each other. Is there a way to replace a few planks without redoing the whole or most of the house? i have access to the edge of a few boards where it goes to a bathroom thats tiled. any ideas? Thanks.
Since laminate is not "solid wood", the areas will not shrink back to original shape. Your only option is to replace the warped sections. Sorry....

Here's a link that may help you regarding section replacement:

http://www.laminatefloorings.net/lm_floors_repair.htm
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Thanks for the reply. Atleast i know that it is fixable. Guess i have a new project to add to the top of the list, lol
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