1. Affirm that electricity is streaming to the garbage disposer by first checking the circuit breakers or fuses at the principle electrical board. If that neglects to reestablish capacity to the disposer, flip the disposer's divider switch. If you hear the disposer engine murmuring, promptly kill the switch. At that point unplug the disposer and continue to step next.
If there is no electricity to the disposer, reach inside the sink bureau and press the hot over-burden button situated on the base of the disposer. Flip the divider switch once more. If the engine murmurs, kill the switch, unplug the disposer and continue to step next.
If squeezing the warm over-burden doesn't reestablish capacity to the disposer, bring in an authorized circuit maintenance specialist.
2. Check to ensure the disposer is unplugged. At that point find the recessed hex-formed gap in the base of the disposer. Embed into the gap the hex-head Allen torque that accompanied the disposer.
Use the torque to physically turn disposer's engine shaft first counterclockwise, at that point clockwise until the point when the obstacle is ousted, and the engine shaft turns openly. If you can't turn the engine, continue to next step.
3. If the disposer engine is as yet stuck, turn it with a different garbage disposer torque.
Drive the torque down into the disposer from above and pivot it until the point when its jaws bolt onto the sharper wheel inside the disposer.
Powerfully turn the torque first a counterclockwise way, at that point clockwise until the point that the stick is cleared and the engine turns openly.
Evacuate the torque, plug in the disposer and check its task.
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