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The sink in our bathroom wouldn't drain properly, even after using drain unblocking stuff, so I took apart the u bend just underneath it to try and scrape out the goop. The U-bend turned out to be fairly clean other than soap scum on the sides, but the actual plug was blocked on the underside, so I took apart the bottom of that and cleared it out. Now this is a rented place but we didn't want to bother the landlord ( a mistake I know) and when I took off the black ring that was holding the plug down firmly into the sink, loads of half rotten sealant type stuff flaked away. I cleared out the bottom of the plug, then put everything back together, but when I turned the tap on some water dripped out from where the black ring is. I tried tightening it more with a wrench, and ended up cracking the damn thing, now it drips more than a bit when the tap is on, but at least the water drains away!
Anyway, anyone know how easy it is to get the bit I broke, whether I need to buy new sealant or not, or any other advice? Shops are shut now but I want to go first thing in the morning. Here's a photo in case it helps. The bit I broke is just the black ring bit at the top, not the screw cylinder that it goes around.