To replace the plank or not opinion
I have found a plank with a small bump defect in it. Its in a high traffic area and I am afraid of it wearing 1st. Its 9 rows in from one side and 16 rows in from the other side. I tired to get to it from the 9 rows side but I have planks glued together on that side in the doorways. I tried sliding the planks next to the glued ones south to get to the defect but they are very to hard slide. The other option is to work backwards to it from the 16 row side. In the drawing the planks run north and south and start southwest corner. I don’t have any base boards in yet. It should be pretty basic, these planks interlock easy. Do you this it is worth the work to get to the defect?