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"Locate the large nut connecting the trap to the straight section of pipe that extends down from the sink, called the tailpiece. Turn it counterclockwise to unscrew it. If it's plastic, you can often do this by hand; if it is metal or difficult to turn, use a pipe wrench or adjustable pliers."
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Inspect the trap, and if there is a cleanout nut located on the lowest part of the inverted "P," unscrew it with a pair of adjustable pliers. Let the water drain into the bucket. If you're looking for something that fell down the drain, it may also drop into the bucket.
Unscrew the nuts holding a plastic P-trap by hand, gripping the trap firmly with one hand and rotating each nut counterclockwise. You must unscrew two nuts to remove the trap. One holds the trap to the tailpiece, the small length of pipe extending down from the sink, and the other holds the trap to the drain line.
Put on a rubber glove to increase the friction between your hand and the nut if you find it hard to turn. If it still won't turn, unscrew it with adjustable pliers. You'll almost certainly need the pliers to disassemble a metal P-trap, which is usually too corroded to turn by hand.
Open the pliers wide enough to fit around the nut and orient them so the teeth are slanted in the direction you want to turn. Wrap a rag around the nut to protect it before you grip it with the pliers. This is especially important if you're removing a trap from a wall-hung sink. Any marks you make on it with the pliers will be visible.
Remove the trap by sliding the nuts out of the way and pulling down on the section of the trap that connects to the tailpiece. If the trap is still full, place the bucket is under the trap opening before you do this. Once that end of the trap is free, the other end should pull easily away from the drainpipe.
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