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Could also be a stopped up vent. There should be a vent pipe in one of the shower walls running straight and emerging on the roof. If you can get up there, you could snake a water hose down into the vent, turn on the water and blast out any blockage.
Sounds like your sewer line is clogged. Call a plumber for this one, they have the long snake and the power to eat through things like tree roots.
You can install wood blocking between metal studs, but you'll have to open up more of the wall to attach them (you obviously can't toe nail them). Notch the block so it fits into the channels in the studs, then just attach it with screws going through the studs. I wouldn't hang a sink on tile without some sort of additional support. Even if the tile were ...
That plastic clip that slides in and out to lock should have a small spring located on the outside between the tip of the clip and the housing. This holds tension on it and makes for a more positive lock. If that spring is gone it won't hold the hose.
This is one of those places where a little bit of plumber's putty is indicated. The problem is that there is little friction between the base of the faucet head fixture and the sink to resist the torque. Roll yourself a pencil of plumber's putty about 1/4" dia and long enough to form a ring around the hole. Add a couple extensions straight out from the ...
It might be your dishwasher, since it is hooked to the waste/garbage disposal line under your sink. If you don't use it enough, the water stays in the bottom and begins to stink like stagnant water. Throw some baking soda in it and turn it on.
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