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jrmcewen

03:44PM | 08/04/08
Member Since: 08/03/08
2 lifetime posts
Bvplumbing
Hi, we have a double sink with garbage disposal on the left. I ran the disposal and water started shooting from the right side. I tried several times and same thing. I used liquid plumber, no help. still clogged. I used baking soda and vinegar, usually good. Nada..I plunged and opened the elbow below. drained out and reattached pipes,ran water, seemed to go down. Then, ran garbage disposal and water started shooting up, again. I unhooked the garbage disposal(yes I shut of electric),looked inside and couldn't see anything wrong. I reattached disposal and still messed up. I checked the smaller pipes to see for cloggs but I haven't snaked the main pipe. We are pretty careful not to put stuff on the wrong side of the sink. Help! I have company coming andneed my sink!

Thanks,

jand p mcewen

Sylvan

07:27AM | 08/05/08
Member Since: 01/24/06
1449 lifetime posts
Me_office1
Have you considered calling a licensed professional and please be considerate enough to warm them you used chemicals as many are caustic and cause severe burns and blindness.
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jrmcewen

09:15AM | 08/05/08
Member Since: 08/03/08
2 lifetime posts
hi, we have drained out any caustic chemicals and my husband did manage to get the disposal put back on. we are going to snake it first. if that doesn't work, well, we may not have a choice. Our funds are tight right now so that's why we are doing it ourselves. You are right about the fumes as it bothered me when we drained it out.

Sylvan

10:15AM | 08/12/08
Member Since: 01/24/06
1449 lifetime posts
Me_office1
It is a great idea when using any chemicals to try to clear a drain is to have windows open as you only have one set of lungs and many of the chemicals can cause severe damage to tissues
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