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Question DetailsAsked on 5/10/2011

Sealed p-trap under bathroom sink

Hi.  I went to do some work under the sink in a bathroom that was renovated when we moved in (2+ years ago), and realized that I couldn’t remove the p-trap because there were no nuts!  The trap appears to be stuck or glued into the adjacent PVC pipe.  I’ve never seen anyting like it.  Is this normal?  How can I replace it with a conventional trap?

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certain parts of the country require you to have a fully sealed trap non -removable but if a do it yourself -er did it , well you can cut off at wall and start off fresh. save yourself a lot of trouble call a plumber from Angie's list it will save serveral trips to the box store!

Answered 6 years ago by owen klaus




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