2)Clogged drain

Clogged drain

Slow-draining sinks are a common problem and also an easy DIY fix, says Don Kennedy, president of ProMaster Home Repair & Handyman of Cincinnati, whose website includes instructional home-repair videos.

Kennedy says that solving a slow-draining sink typically involves removing hair and other gunk from the pipes in and above the P-trap under the sink. To fix the leak, you’ll need Channellock pliers to remove the section of pipe; make sure there’s a bucket or container underneath to catch the water inside. Then clear out the obstruction and put everything back together.Image

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