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Disconnect the power to the disposal, and VERIFY THAT THE POWER TO THE DISPOSAL IS OFF! If possible, LOCK the panel which contains this breaker or fuse, and TAG it with a WARNING tag to prevent the accidental re-energizing of the circuit. Then, remove the flour from the disposal. Once most of the flour is removed from the drain, what's left may 'flush' down the drain with a flow of water. If this proves not to be the case, the trap under the sink may need to be removed to facilitate clearing the clog. Once cleared, the drain should run freely. Once all is reassembled and running freely, the disposal can be put back into commission by unlocking the panel and turning on the power.

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Q: How do you fix a sink with a disposal clogged with a bag of flour?
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