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What are these rubber gaps near the top of my sink drain?

Bathroom sinks typically have an overflow hole which routes the water into the drain instead of overflowing your sink in the event that your stopper is engaged and the water is left running. Per your ...
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How to remove these faucet handles? Anyone recognize this faucet?

This looks like the culprit. The screw is under it. The silver cap already has some dents in it, indicating it is hollow underneath it hiding the screw to remove the valve. It is hard to see on your ...
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Kitchen sink backs up after 50 seconds

All you investigations and assumptions are correct. However, that the auger came out almost clean say you ended up in the drain vent pipe. The drain and drain vent are connect with a T junction after ...
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How do I fix a sink that became slow to drain after pouring polyurethane down it?

Start with (no, wait - buying your buddy a large quantity of the GOOD version [in your buddy's opinion] of something they like a lot, then...) removing the trap, assuming the trap is not one that has ...
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Leak under the sink?

Leak or not leak, that is the question. The crime scene: Evidance of a crime was found. Wet floor. What caused it and it is no longer there? Sink got clogged and the mysterious visitor panicked from ...
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Sink Faucet Cartridge Replacement

I had a very similar problem earlier this year. These units are widely available online. You must measure your dead one very carefully. There are four or five available sizes, which only differ by ...
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How Do I Take This Old P Trap Off Cast Iron T?

This was my problem. 1 1/4" metal P trap, originally installed late 1950s that rusted through. See the hold on the bottom of P trap. Soldered into the brass ring ( https://www.ferguson.com/...
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Can a stone resin floating sink be cut down to become an undermount sink?

It's stone and resin, it can probably be cut reasonably easily with a diamond wheel. You're going to void any warranty You're not going to have manufacturer support for your proposed usage so either ...
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Can a stone resin floating sink be cut down to become an undermount sink?

Looking at the side view- I would not cut that. The cutting it self is not the problem, it can be done. If you cut along the rim, the whole unit will loose the form stability. You will stil have to ...
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