Question about Plumbing
If you have exhausted all options like Drain-O and caustic soda I would suggest trying to snake the clock out. First try with a long wire; you can buy one at any hardware store. If you snake the wire around the pipes and can feel the clog but still can't push it out you will need to do something a little more drastic! Head back to the hardware store and buy a thin but sturdy rubber hose. I don't mean the kind for the garden. They should have something cheap that is just hollow rubber tube. Because this is more substantial, you should be able to push the clog out. If pushing alone doesn't work, find someone with pretty good lung capacity to try forcing it out with elbow grease and fast breath. Good luck!
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