How do you remove a bathroom sink grate?

To remove it, disconnect the P-trap beneath the sink first (have a bucket handy) and set it aside. Then find this wide thin nut up against the bottom of the sink and unscrew it. You’ll probably need a big adjustable wrench or a pair of “channel locks” AKA “water pump pliers” to remove this nut.

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Besides, how do I remove a stuck sink flange?

Keeping this in view, how do you get something out of the sink drain? What Should I Do If Something Falls Down the Drain?

  1. Turn the water off. …
  2. Clear out the space beneath the fixture. …
  3. Put a bucket under the fixture’s piping. …
  4. Locate the P-Trap. …
  5. Remove the drain plug. …
  6. Use a pliers or similar tool to retrieve your item. …
  7. Put on rubber gloves and a face mask. …
  8. Loosen the slip nuts.

Then, how do you remove a drain stopper?

Push and Pull

  1. With the stopper in the open position, unscrew the knob from the stopper base.
  2. Push the stopper closed to reveal the center post.
  3. Use pliers or a flat-head screwdriver in the center to loosen the slotted screw inside the center post in a counterclockwise direction.
  4. Lift the stopper from the drain.

How do you remove a non removable sink stopper?

How do you remove a strainer flange?

How do you unclog a bathroom sink with a non removable stopper?

How to Unclog a Bathroom Sink Drain with a Non Removable Stopper

  1. Use a small cup plunger to try removing the clog. …
  2. If the plunger does not do the job, use a chemical drain opener. …
  3. If the chemical and plunging do not work, remove the trap from under the sink. …
  4. Push a straightened coat hanger through the trap.

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