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Reduce clogging in kitchen sink

For the trap, yes replace the S with a P. As far as the dishwasher, yes it should be entering the plumbing system above the trap, not below it. In addition, a dishwasher drain must do one of the ...
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Reduce clogging in kitchen sink

Yes, your edit makes sense: Remove the S-trap and install a P-trap with an air admittance valve. Install the air admittance valve as high as posable (even if you need to offset it to the side/back) ...
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Kitchen sink - loose tap

You can use the thread strips and a tap tape available in the marketplace. Then you just put it on the loose part of the tap and press it into the hole.
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Kitchen Sink Drain Needs a Re-do?

Yeah I agree completely with Armand... the areas you have identified with green are all too level. This is definitely something you can do! I don't think you need to change the arrangement, as in your ...
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Kitchen Sink Drain Needs a Re-do?

I suspect the issue might be with the pitch of pipes. The green sections look like they may not have enough downward pitch for all the liquid to flow downstream, and so some puddles in those areas and ...
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How can I secure under counter sink studs to an existing granite counter top?

There is a certain specific two-part epoxy that countertop installers use to glue sinks under the counter. I don't know the details but some research should help you find that, rather than other ...
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How can I secure under counter sink studs to an existing granite counter top?

You don't really need to hold them in place with anything. The construction adhesive is sticky enough that it should be able to hold the clamp while it cures. I would wait at least double the amount ...
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How can I secure under counter sink studs to an existing granite counter top?

Since the sink has been removed, I would use clamps through the sink opening to hold the studs in place. I would use an epoxy.
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