Question by Nuseed: How do I unclog the side of my kitchen sink with the garbage disposal?
I’ve checked it to see if there’s anything blocking the little blades and there doesn’t appear to be anything. When I turn it on, the water just churns and never goes down the drain. Is there any way to unclog at least ‘the sink’ part so that the water goes down?
Answer by deanwm2
look under your sink there will be a pipe coming from the disposal it is probably clogged unplug disposal remove drain pipe that would be the first thing then clean the p-trap you didn’t say if it was a double sink
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