I have a clogged bathroom sink drain, actually two bathroom sink drains. The two sinks are opposite each other through a common wall. These two sinks are clogged and the shower and another sink upstream are not clogged so it is not in the common line they all feed into. I have snaked the sinks and the snake comes up and out the other sink. I have cleared out the line between them and filled it with enzyme cleaner, no go. I have cleaned out the line between them and filled it with Drano Max and no go. Plunging did not work, and yes I did plug up all of the sink overflows and drain on the other sink to make sure I had the best pressure seal but the vent stack prevents a seal. There is obviously a tee where the common sink drain lines connect and go down to the common drain line. Is there any way to “guide” a snake (or something) to get it to go down the tee? Or other suggestions?
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