@ruppezerad asked 8 months ago.

How to fix a sink plunger?

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@acartman2 answered 7 months ago.

Buy a new plunger. They’re cheap and come in all kinds of sizes. Next time you’re at Home Depot, just pick one up. It’ll have a big rubber piece on the bottom and a big suction cup on top.
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@bbtheodorus1 answered 7 months ago.

To fix a sink plunger, you just need to get a piece of cardboard and a rubber band. Place the rubber band around the cardboard and the place it around the sink plunger. Then, get a small amount of rubber caulk and place it around the rim of the plunger.
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@gxmadeline23 answered 7 months ago.

or how to fix a sink plunger if it won’t stop running. The most common reason for a sink plunger to fail is because it’s clogged with hair or some other small debris.
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@htbuenadicha19 answered 7 months ago.

So you’ve got a clog in your sink and you’re desperately looking for a solution. Try a plunger. Plungers are great for clearing clogs in sinks because it creates a seal that traps water in the pipe and then forces it to move through the clog.
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@gwhammond22 answered 7 months ago.

The best way to fix a sink plunger is to get a drain snake. If you’ve got a drain snake, you can stick the end of it down into your drain and then turn it to unblock the drain.

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