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Did you put coffee beens down there? There the exact same size as the holes in the unit.

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Then there is a clog..

The drain should always drain fluid weather the disposal is on or off..

Hope this helps !!
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Orange peels, etc. will not harm your disposer. A good way to keep it clear is to put egg shells down it periodically. The shell action will scrape junk off the inside of the disposer.

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