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Garbage disposal...won't drain

Put cooked pasta down disposal (quite a lot), added water and started to grind.... water level began to rise and watery pasta mess swirled round and round for several minutes.... now standing water going nowhere!

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  • marybethfinn Mar 11, 2009

    i was running the water when i put the pasta in...why would i press the reset button if the motor hasn't jammed?

  • marybethfinn Mar 14, 2009

    I was afraid of that!! my son is coming over sunday...afraid that is beyond my capability...don't do wrenches in an upside down position!

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There should be a reset switch on the bottom of the disposal.
When using a disposal, always run water first, then turn on disposal. Then dispose food. Then keep water running until it all sounds clear before turning it off.

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

  • steve
    steve Mar 11, 2009

    .I apologize. I misunderstood your problem.

    Remove the p-trap under your sink and clear the blockage.

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