My 1997 Jayco 10UD popup has a very slow kitchen sink drain. Sometimes it doesn't drain at all ! I am able to blow some water through it with my compressor, but gravity just didn't work.
So, if we are to continue using it, I am told to 'fix it'!
I had to take the heater out to access the area under the sink, and found a little thumb screw on the bottom of the trap, which I was told I needed to unscrew to get the trap down from the actual sink drain. I may have broken that, but I got the trap removed. Problem is I can't get the sink drain out.
Ire these pieces just screwed together? I hesitate to just take a bigger pair of pliers to it until I have some idea what is going on.
Also, after I get it apart, is there a better (simpler) solution for a replacement drain - maybe one that doesn't incorporate a trap would be acceptable.