unsnag

un·snag

 (ŭn-snăg′)
tr.v. un·snagged, un·snag·ging, un·snags
To free of snags: "unsnags fine legal problems for the lawyers presenting their cases" (Savvy).

unsnag

(ʌnˈsnæɡ)
vb (tr)
to loosen or ease
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Anchoring of dive boats is usually in areas of rocky sea beds or above wrecks where anchors cannot drag, in fact it was usual to send a diver down to unsnag the anchor.
As the bin was moved by an overhead gantry through the tunnel, the gantry snagged on its electrical line and Pasillas was sent to unsnag it.
If it is, gently pull up on the link until it unsnags.