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Just to add other options (and I'm not sure these fit your situation). Use a sink wrench: eg: http://c.shld.net/rpx/i/s/i/spin/image/spin_prod_225594201?hei=520&wid=520&op_sharpen=1 Use a sawzall to cut the faucet off right above the sink (my neighbor used this method with a very difficult faucet).
In my part of the world, typical tap clamps look like this or this Sometimes, things are obscured by a tap brace that you must remove. The retaining nuts are not always easy to see in the darkness under a kitchen sink full of pipes and other obstructions. But if you are removing the sink and tap and disposing of both, it doesn't matter. You can ...
My first thought was venting as well. The washer and tub may have different vents and have no bearing. I'm assuming, of course, that you tried the simple approaches, like pulling out the drain stop to ensure it isn't clogged with hair and gunk, and dropping the trap to ensure it is clean? I had an issue like this with a tub drain where the vent was ...
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