Gurgling Sound from Drain?

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When you experience a gurgling sound from your drain, it is likely that there is a blockage somewhere along the way and air is getting trapped in the fluid traveling down it. It could also mean that the venting pipe has a clog in it. The most common cause is grease build-up that is not dissolved. The easiest way to fix this problem is to snake the drain completely to remove any blockages. A professional service is likely needed to fix the problem.
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