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How to Remove a Sink Trap

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Tighten the slip nuts with your hands to ensure that they’re threaded on the trap correctly, and then tighten with a wrench or pliers.

Half a turn is usually all that’s necessary to stop the trap from leaking; don’t overtighten.

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