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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You might try a vehicle buffer on them. If that doesn't work you will probably have to use a porcelain touch up kit that can be bought at your local hardware store.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
I have to presume the sink is made of china and there is no repairing of china. There are two kinds of cracks, hairline from some sort of impact, and shrink. While the hairline crack can be visually disappointing, if it does not extend through the drain hole area it is a safe bet that the lavatory can be installed and used normally. A shrink crack resembles the cracks of a dried up lake bed and rarely cause any problems no matter where they are located. Rarely does not mean never.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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the plunger ( plug) has slipped out of the grove, or the bottom has split ,, heres a quick fix,, under the sink you will have a rod sticking out with a nut that holds in the shaft that is what moves the plunger up and down,, unscrew that nut and remove the shaft, there will be a tab that holds the rod to another piece of thin metal, just squeeze that and slide it off, once the nut has been removed, you can pull that out of the drain assembly, with a small flat head screwdriver,, pop up the plunger from inside the sink and inspect it,, if the lower tab on it looks good,, you will see how it slides in the hole, so that when the rod is inserted it will slip into that opening, in the plunger bottom, which makes the thing go up and down, once you've done that ( if the plunger was bad, just replace it, ) with the rod and nut back in place, you can adjust the tab so that the plunger goes up the desired length ,, here, this will make it more understanding http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kmOm55skb0 Please rate my reply and response
Posted on Aug 08, 2011
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