If the disposal runs, but the water won't drain, it's most likely a
partially clogged drain line that is the problem. It would help if we
knew what the clown did to get it working again. But, if he found
say the trap was full of material, and it's recurring, then it sounds
like you need the drain line snaked for it's entire length.
And I'd get rid of anyone who thinks a disposal can be clogged with
sauce or rice. If the drain is clear, it's a proper installation, and
you run plenty of water while running the disposal, that is not normal.
If it can't handle that, the disposal is as useless as your repair guy!
hmm. spaghetti sauce? Um was it Celery/CornHusk Sauce? Probably not.
Don't call that particular plumber again. If you're in the market for a
new disposer...you may want to check out the BioShield disposer being
sold by Anaheim Marketing. It's the only disposer treated with an
antimicrobial agent for odor protection. THey also have a balanced
Torque Master Grinding System, and other exclusive features. Even the
so called "high end" disposers pale in comparison. But, the price is
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