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Cannot activate plunger and therefore can go no further to solve

Murder She Wrote A Deadly Catch cannot drain the sink have tried to put plunger in, above and under sink - hint just circles the plunger - help!!!

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  • pamrowett Feb 01, 2010

    Tried clicking on the water but all I get is a message saying "It looks like his sink is clogged. We should see if we can fix that for him while4 we're here" and the drain does not become unclogged. When I try to put the plunger in or near the sink it just reverts to its position on the floor - it's got me stumped!!!!

  • pamrowett Feb 02, 2010

    Murder She Wrote A Deadly Catch - Cannot drain the sink. Have assembled plunger and tried to put it in the sink but it keeps returning to the original place. When putting the arrow on the sink it comes up with a message to say the sink is clogged and we should fix it but cannot unclog it it's very frustrating!!!!!!!!

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Check this nice little walkthrough out for your game. The plunger detail is located about halfway down.
http://www.gamezebo.com/games/murder-she-wrote/tips-tricks/murder-she-wrote-walkthrough

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Regarding the plunger issue, once you have the stick and the base of the plunger put together, you need to click with your arrow pointer on the water in the sink, not with the plunger base. That will get it to work.

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Hello pamrowett

You need to assemble both the stick and the plunger head together. You then click on the water that is in the sink with the arrow. That should work. Please let me know if you are still having problems.

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