the pop up drain plug in my bathroom sink has become unattached from the pull lever, does this mean its broken? How do I repair it?
my bathroom sink water will not come back on after cleaning out pipes? All others in house work fine. why?August 30th, 2016
The water in my bathroom sink was coming out fine until we shut the valves to clean out the pipe. We turned the valves back on and nothing is coming out. We tried shutting off the main valve and when we turn it on it works for a second then shuts down. No water…what do I need to do? Where could the problem be?
Bathroom drain is real slow. I have tried to put drano in it and still does not work. Pipes seem to be clear.House is 10 years old and just bought last October. Could the drain not be angled right or something like that?
a brillo pad works, but need some thing that will help to dissolve the grease
I recently had to replace the supply tubes on my kitchen sink and the water pressure at the faucet was drastically reduced. I know that faucets have had restrictors in them for some and was okay with that but now I learn that the supply tubes themselves have restrictors in them. You can actually see it. Is there any way to remove them so it doesn’t take all day to fill the coffee pot?
Why did it happen so suddenly when yesterday and before, the water went down perfectly. How can I afford 0 plumber bill and unclog it myself?
I was a total moron and cleaned my hairbrush out in the sink (stupid, I know), and it’s totally clogged now. It’s super late so I can’t wake up my parents about this right now, but the water totally will not go down. Is there anything I can do on my own right now to unclog it?
So i live in Nevada and i wanna start my own business from home selling food. I was wondering wat kind of sink i need. i read that it can be a two sided sink as long as its stainless steel and has rounded corners. but idk until i go to the health depo. But any ideas on the sink
every chance my toddler gets to throw something in the bathroom sink he does. I know for sure a toothbrush is in there somewhere and possibly the remote battery and who knows what else. Anyway I took it apart underneath the sink. I took the u shaped pipe off and found the battery and some other gunk but the clog has not cleared. I was told to snake it myself rather then call a plumber. Has anyone done this with success? How do you do it?
My husband installed a new drain for our bathroom sink. The part where the drain connects to the p-trap has a leak. It didn’t leak until the drain was replaced. My husband fixed it with caulk, but I am not sure if this is more of a temporary solution or not. I am worried about sewer gas and water damage.