Beneath the sink, use your hand or a pipe wrench to unscrew the connection where the tailpiece enters the drain.
Use the channel lock pliers to unscrew the large nut at the bottom of the sink.
Pull the washer and gasket down, then push up on the tail piece to loosen the seal inside the sink.
How do you remove a kitchen sink stopper?
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How do I get something out of my kitchen sink drain?
Don’t Call The Plumber Just Yet: 9 Ways to Unclog a Kitchen Sink Drain
- Boiling water. This is the easiest and least expensive solution of all, which makes it the best one to try first.
- Salt and boiling water.
- Vinegar and baking soda.
- Baking soda and salt.
- Plumber’s snake.
How do you remove a stuck sink stopper?
Unscrew the retaining nut holding the lever to the tailpiece. Remove the lever, then pull the stopper out of the drain. Clear hair and scum from the lever and pull as much as you can out of the drain. If the drain is severely blocked, remove the P-trap and clear the tailpiece with a chopstick.
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