Asked by: Georgia Bollarasked in category: General Last Updated: 2nd April, 2020
How do you remove the plug from a badger garbage disposal?
Likewise, people ask, how do you get plastic out of a garbage disposal?
On the underside of the disposal there's a place you can insert an allen wrench to break the disposal blades free. Sometimes you'll find the allen wrench in a little pouch under the sink. I usually use a flathead screwdriver with a long neck to remove debris in these. Also have a pair of long needle nose pliers.
Beside above, can garbage disposal affect dishwasher? Dishwasher discharge of wastewater is often connected through the garbage disposal, as this unit occupies one of the drains of a dual sink. If a 'broken garbage disposal' that means only that the motor no longer works or the blade doesn't turn, those defects will not affect your dishwasher drain and discharge.
Also to know is, where is the plug in a garbage disposal?
Usually located near the top of the unit is a drainage port where the dishwasher's drainage tube gets attached. If this tube is attached already, disconnect it using the appropriate screwdriver for the job. Inside the garbage disposal, behind this tube mount, is where the knockout plug lives.
What is a knockout plug in a garbage disposal?
The top rubber tube drains the dishwasher into the garbage disposal. The port on a new garbage disposal will have a plastic plug inside. If that plastic plug isn't popped out, then the dishwasher won't drain and the water will pool back into the dishwasher.