Sometimes things break. When things break and you’re not prepared, especially when it comes to your drains, you could be shut down for longer than expected. Then, to have the plumber show up with a part that would have cost you a few dollars (and a bill that makes you light-headed), only adds to the frustration. Having a handful of drain parts handy could save you a headache, and a lot of money. Becoming a DIY drain expert is as easy as knowing what drain parts go where and how to replace them.
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