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Tip: Remove Stopper to Fix Bathroom Drain
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Photo of bathroom sink stopper by G-dber/Flickr Creative Commons.  Did you know that if your bathroom sink drain is clogged or running slowly, the first step in fixing the drain yourself is to remove the stopper? According to San Diego plumber Anderson Plumbing, most bathroom sink clogs "congregate" around the stopper.  See full article.

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