A property management company called ASAP Drain Guys and Plumbing because of a clogged bathtub and bathroom sink.
ASAP noticed that the lavatory drain was closest to the stack and cables through the waste arm. The tech had to cut the waste arm because he was not able to cable properly. He did a plumbing cut and repair then fixed the already leaking waste assembly from the tailpiece compression. ASAP also swapped a gasket.
ASAP ran the 1/2 cable as far a 75 feet to clear the obstruction and to clear part of the mainline. The tech worked the cable back and forth until the clog was cleared. The cause of the blockage appeared to be sludge buildup and hair.
The P trap also needed to be removed in order to access the drain line.
ASAP tested the tub and noticed that it was still not draining. The tech ran the 1/4 cable through the overflow as far as 6 feet but was not able to pull any obstruction. ASAP then disassembled the drain stopper and noticed lots of waste particles such as tile pieces and plastic clogged in the drain. The tech removed all of it with needle nose pliers and tested the drain system by running hot water for approximately 15 minutes. There are no clogs or other issues at this time. Lastly, ASAP thoroughly cleaned the work area.