03.06.2015
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If the installer is really not responsive, might be worth getting your local Better Business Bureau or other consumer protection organization involved.
I see a wide epoxy seam, which means they did use epoxy but they didn't jam the pieces together. The next issue is that these pieces should have been secured under the slabs to the cabinets in multiple places as close to the seam as possible and as close to the seam as possible. Assuming this is a gap that was only closed when the parts were installed, silicone would be the way to go.


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You might want to check what has caused the crack to open, otherwise it might be a returning problem. Try to contact the installer for any color he uses, or try some samples to find the right color.



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