Lost ring in bathroom sink


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Old 05-29-20, 06:32 AM
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Lost ring in bathroom sink

Hey Guys,

I am new to this forum. I lost my rink in the bathroom sink so I am looking for some important information.

I lost a golden ring that my boyfriend had gifted while proposing to me 2 years ago. It got accidentally dropped down in the sink drain of my bathroom when I was bathing. For me, that ring was very special and I never wanted to lose it. I haven't informed this to my boyfriend yet as I know he will become sad and angry. He is now staying in his home and he cannot come here due to lockdown. I think it is still down in the drain so I have stopped the water flow to it. I want to get it back at any cost. I don't know what to do. I surfed the internet and found plumbing services. But If I didn't get a plumber as it is lockdown time... Then what can I do? Are there any other ways to get my ring back? Please share your suggestions and help me.

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Old 05-29-20, 07:28 AM
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Remove the trap underneath the sink. Hopefully it's in there.

 
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Old 05-29-20, 07:33 AM
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If it is there it will be in the trap.
Remove the trap and empty it into a bucket.
They are usually fairly easy to remove though you may need a pair of channel lock pliers to unscrew the connections.
If it is not in the trap then check in the sink pipe if you have a pop up stopper as it may have got hung up there


Just Google "bathroom sink trap removal"
 
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Old 05-29-20, 08:54 AM
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The lower joints on each side of the "P-trap" need to be unscrewed.

Get a pan under it because it will leak and be prepared for a good coating of crud, old soap, hair, and everything else that goes down the drain.

Under those joints there may be some plastic o-rings, depends on how the assembly is constructed. Just don't loose them as they seal the joint!

Would be a good time to clean all the crud out of there.
 
 

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