Okay, after typing in the request for help I made progress. I replaced the tail pipe (?) from the sink without the disposer, and the washer/nut stayed on much better. It seems to be holding everything on better even though the disposer still seems loose. I will make one more replacement; a slightly shorter pipe that goes into the drain in the wall. (obviously I don't know the professional terms.) This will let the assembly go up a little higher onto the tail pipe and the disposer pipe. I had to quit assuming that it just had to work because it worked before, and I made progress. Thanks for listening.
Quote: Originally Posted by frodo if you post a picture we can help I think I have it Frodo; If it fails I will post a picture. BUT, I have to say I laughed at your tag line. I definitely speak Home Depot.
if you post a picture we can help
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