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Take the two screws out of the strainer. remove it and pull out all of the hair and soap scum out with fingers or screwdriver. do not use liquid drain cleaner! if this doesn't work put a garden hose into the opening,wrap rags around the hose to prevent blow back. hold rags firmly while someone turns on the water.this should clear drain. replace strainer and screws

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