bathroom sink stopper 7

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Tools & Materials Tools Pliers Screwdriver Brush Materials Cleaning Solution Replacement Stopper Product costs, availability and item numbers may vary online or by market. Missing anything? Shop Online Disassemble and Clean the Pop-Up Stopper Assembly Instructions Step 1 Move everything from under the sink so you have room to work. Check to see that the horizontal pivot rod is connected to the clevis. Loosen the retaining nut that holds the horizontal pivot rod in place. Remove the horizontal pivot rod from the drainpipe. Mark the spot where the clevis is connected to the stopper rod with a permanent marker. Then loosen the clevis screw. Soak the clevis and horizontal pivot rod in mild cleaning solution or vinegar. Step 2 Lift the stopper out of the drain. Inspect the rubber seal on the bottom of the stopper head. If the seal is cracked or brittle, the stopper should be replaced. If it's still in good condition, you can reuse it. Step 3 Dip the stopper in mild cleaner or vinegar. Clean it thoroughly with a brush or an old toothbrush. Rinse the stopper and clean the clevis and horizontal pivot rod. Reassemble and Adjust the Pop-Up Stopper Assembly Instructions Step 1 Insert the stopper into the drain. Slide the clevis over the stopper rod and insert the horizontal pivot rod into the drainpipe. Tighten the retaining nut just enough to hold the horizontal pivot rod in place. Tighten the clevis screw where you marked it before. Test the stopper rod to ensure all the moving parts are reattached. The clevis, horizontal pivot rod and stopper should all move when the stopper rod is pulled. Step 2 Tighten the retaining nut just enough so the stopper rod doesn't slide down. If the retaining nut is too tight, the horizontal pivot rod won't move. Loosen the clevis screw, and pull the stopper rod up. Slide the clevis up the stopper rod as far as you can. Tighten the clevis screw. Step 3 The pop-up stopper should hold water now. If not, continue to adjust the retaining nut and the clevis until you get a good seal.


Reassemble and Adjust the Pop-Up Stopper Assembly Instructions Step 1 Insert the stopper into the drain. Slide the clevis over the stopper rod and insert the horizontal pivot rod into the drainpipe. Tighten the retaining nut just enough to hold the horizontal pivot rod in place. Tighten the clevis screw where you marked it before. Test the stopper rod to ensure all the moving parts are reattached. The clevis, horizontal pivot rod and stopper should all move when the stopper rod is pulled. Step 2 Tighten the retaining nut just enough so the stopper rod doesn't slide down. If the retaining nut is too tight, the horizontal pivot rod won't move. Loosen the clevis screw, and pull the stopper rod up. Slide the clevis up the stopper rod as far as you can. Tighten the clevis screw. Step 3 The pop-up stopper should hold water now. If not, continue to adjust the retaining nut and the clevis until you get a good seal.


Instructions Step 1 Insert the stopper into the drain. Slide the clevis over the stopper rod and insert the horizontal pivot rod into the drainpipe. Tighten the retaining nut just enough to hold the horizontal pivot rod in place. Tighten the clevis screw where you marked it before. Test the stopper rod to ensure all the moving parts are reattached. The clevis, horizontal pivot rod and stopper should all move when the stopper rod is pulled. Step 2 Tighten the retaining nut just enough so the stopper rod doesn't slide down. If the retaining nut is too tight, the horizontal pivot rod won't move. Loosen the clevis screw, and pull the stopper rod up. Slide the clevis up the stopper rod as far as you can. Tighten the clevis screw. Step 3 The pop-up stopper should hold water now. If not, continue to adjust the retaining nut and the clevis until you get a good seal.


Step 1 Insert the stopper into the drain. Slide the clevis over the stopper rod and insert the horizontal pivot rod into the drainpipe. Tighten the retaining nut just enough to hold the horizontal pivot rod in place. Tighten the clevis screw where you marked it before. Test the stopper rod to ensure all the moving parts are reattached. The clevis, horizontal pivot rod and stopper should all move when the stopper rod is pulled. Step 2 Tighten the retaining nut just enough so the stopper rod doesn't slide down. If the retaining nut is too tight, the horizontal pivot rod won't move. Loosen the clevis screw, and pull the stopper rod up. Slide the clevis up the stopper rod as far as you can. Tighten the clevis screw. Step 3 The pop-up stopper should hold water now. If not, continue to adjust the retaining nut and the clevis until you get a good seal.


Disassemble and Clean the Pop-Up Stopper Assembly Instructions Step 1 Move everything from under the sink so you have room to work. Check to see that the horizontal pivot rod is connected to the clevis. Loosen the retaining nut that holds the horizontal pivot rod in place. Remove the horizontal pivot rod from the drainpipe. Mark the spot where the clevis is connected to the stopper rod with a permanent marker. Then loosen the clevis screw. Soak the clevis and horizontal pivot rod in mild cleaning solution or vinegar. Step 2 Lift the stopper out of the drain. Inspect the rubber seal on the bottom of the stopper head. If the seal is cracked or brittle, the stopper should be replaced. If it's still in good condition, you can reuse it. Step 3 Dip the stopper in mild cleaner or vinegar. Clean it thoroughly with a brush or an old toothbrush. Rinse the stopper and clean the clevis and horizontal pivot rod.


Instructions Step 1 Move everything from under the sink so you have room to work. Check to see that the horizontal pivot rod is connected to the clevis. Loosen the retaining nut that holds the horizontal pivot rod in place. Remove the horizontal pivot rod from the drainpipe. Mark the spot where the clevis is connected to the stopper rod with a permanent marker. Then loosen the clevis screw. Soak the clevis and horizontal pivot rod in mild cleaning solution or vinegar. Step 2 Lift the stopper out of the drain. Inspect the rubber seal on the bottom of the stopper head. If the seal is cracked or brittle, the stopper should be replaced. If it's still in good condition, you can reuse it. Step 3 Dip the stopper in mild cleaner or vinegar. Clean it thoroughly with a brush or an old toothbrush. Rinse the stopper and clean the clevis and horizontal pivot rod.


Step 1 Move everything from under the sink so you have room to work. Check to see that the horizontal pivot rod is connected to the clevis. Loosen the retaining nut that holds the horizontal pivot rod in place. Remove the horizontal pivot rod from the drainpipe. Mark the spot where the clevis is connected to the stopper rod with a permanent marker. Then loosen the clevis screw. Soak the clevis and horizontal pivot rod in mild cleaning solution or vinegar. Step 2 Lift the stopper out of the drain. Inspect the rubber seal on the bottom of the stopper head. If the seal is cracked or brittle, the stopper should be replaced. If it's still in good condition, you can reuse it. Step 3 Dip the stopper in mild cleaner or vinegar. Clean it thoroughly with a brush or an old toothbrush. Rinse the stopper and clean the clevis and horizontal pivot rod.


Hello Phil,

I have just installed three new sink faucets in our bathrooms. The first two went perfectly but when I installed the stopper in the last sink, I cannot get it to stop leaking no matter what I try. Any suggestions? I even went exchanged the faucet for a new one and the stopper still leaks on the second one so, obviously there has to be something wrong with the shape of the stopper opening or something. I have tightened the retaining nut underneath the sink snugly, tried that, it still leaked. I loosened the retaining nut, it still leaked. I have pushed down on the stopper manually and it still leaks. I am almost at the point where I am ready to just let the stopper leak since it is in the guest bathroom and does not get very much use. But, I really don't want to let it beat me like that though. So,,, HELP!!!




Adjust the position of the pivot stopper rod, if the pivot stopper doesn't sit right in the sink drain, by loosening the large screw that secures the bottom half of the pivoting rod to the top half. You can do this with your fingers. The pivoting rod consists of two halves. The top half connects to the stopper pull knob and the bottom half connects to the pivot stopper rod and has a sliding connection at the top that it is secured with a large screw.

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