How to Replace a Sink Trap | Plumbing | The Home Depot

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The curved pieces of drain pipe underneath your sink, commonly referred to as p-traps, do a lot of dirty work. Over time they leak, become corroded or get plugged with years of accumulated soap and grease. When replacing a P-trap, you should use the same type of trap you remove. Check out our plumbing playlist for more tips:

In this guide we’ll show you how to replace a P-trap in a few easy-to-follow steps:

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Follow these timestamps to learn how and why to change the P-trap of your sink in a few easy steps:
0:20 Gather your materials
0:25 Remove old drainpipe
0:41 Attach new tailpiece
0:53 Add t-fitting
1:09 Attach trap arm
1:21 Connect trap bend to arm

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