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Question by Daun N: How do you unclog a kitchen sink that is full of water?
I think it’s a grease clog.
Answer by luscious_lene325
a sink plunger or some major draino! lol
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Question by mandy8287: What is the best product to use to unclog a kitchen sink with a backed up garbage disposal?
Answer by chicagirl51
A plunger! Seal the side of the sink without the disposal and plunge away with the water running. You have to be very aggressive with it. Try running the disposal with the water running. Repeat as many times til it is unclogged. You might have to reach down in the disposal(with it OFF)and see if you can pull out anything. The one thing disposals hate are potato peelings.
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Expand the description and view the text of the steps for this how-to video. Check out Howcast for other do-it-yourself videos from Russell_Belleret and more videos in the Home Appliances category. You can contribute too! Create your own DIY guide at www.howcast.com or produce your own Howcast spots with the Howcast Filmmakers Program at www.howcast.com When your garbage disposal clogs, don’t rush out and call a plumber. There may be simple methods for dealing with the problem. To complete this How-To you will need: A flashlight An extraction tool An Allen wrench A broom handle (optional) A wooden spoon (optional) A replacement garbage disposal unit (optional) Step 1: Reset the unit Locate and press the disposal’s reset button. Often, a disposal that’s overloaded will trigger the unit to shut down. Step 2: Turn off the power Turn off the electrical power to the disposal unit at your main electrical panel. Or, if you can easily access the power source to the disposal, unplug it. Step 3: Look for the source of the clogging Examine the disposal unit with a flashlight and search for the object that might have caused the unit to clog. Step 4: Remove the object Remove the object with an extraction tool such as pliers or tweezers. Step 5: Use an Allen wrench Spin the disposal’s grinding unit with an Allen wrench in the hexagon-shaped slot in the underside of the disposal. Tip: Insert a broom handle or wooden spoon into the disposal chamber and push it back and forth against the …
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