How to remove metal p-trap under sink?


I am trying to fix a clog under my bathroom and kitchen room sink. I have been successful in loosening the large nut and screw things that hold the pipes together, But I am having a really hard time removing the actual p-trap. Is it glued on or something?

Thank you for help
Amalia Markous

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A picture always helps. But if it’s metal it could be corroded and stuck together. Even if it is the side of the p-trap going toward the wall should normally be easier to remove than the part going to the tail piece coming from the sink.

I’ll ask my 11 year old granddaughter :mrgreen:

Is this a joke or spam?

Boy Amalia, you sure have bad luck with plumbing! Maybe you should find a plumbing contractor and invite him/her to dinner!

Any pictures?

Ya might try a gas Axe they work real well on metal piping be sure to have the oxygen turned up on high:shock::twisted:

What’s a p-trap?

I’m positive that those are U-traps. Just have a good look at one-it’s a U!

Some spammers just like to play jokes with professionals…:roll:

Gives Spam a bad name!!!

Jeff, you trying to say the P-trap is full of SPAM?:):wink:

that’ll sure make it run slow…

Yep, and now sounds like we got a SPAMTRAP instead of a p trap. :):wink: