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My tub is slow to drain. How do I take apart my tub drain?
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Taking apart can be expensive and hard. Here is how to do it.
1-Remove your tub lining
3-you will have access to the pipe
I would suggest buying a pipe cleaner they work really good
Posted on May 02, 2010
Has it always been that way? It may be a venting issue along with a possible clog..I would first "snake" it after removing the drain screen
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