Kitchen Drain Clogged With Garbage Disposal. One of the most common causes of a clogged drain is when your garbage disposer is clogged. The garbage disposal shall be kept as clean as possible.
If the side of the sink that has the disposer doesn't drain, plunge it first to remove the clog or force it down the drain. If you have a garbage disposal in your kitchen, you probably send a wide variety of things down the drain every day. Grind no more than 1 cup of food waste at a time and do not put any inorganic matter down the drain.
Before you even begin working to clear the clogged garbage disposal, you need to know what you are working with.
Before trying to unclog it, always switch off the garbage disposal's power source for safety purposes. Check the garbage disposer first. It can easily be jammed with objects that will bind up the impeller blades inside of the appliance, the drain fittings can also loosen up and cause a leak beneath the sink or the drain pipe connecting the garbage disposal to the rest of the sink could also become clogged and backed up. If you sink lacks a garbage disposal, put a straining drain cover over the drain.