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Pop up vessel sink drain

The pop up drain in my vessel sink is stuck in the closed (down) position. How do I fix this?

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Same thing happened to me. Luckily, my SO was more level headed than my "the sky is falling" routine. The bezel or trim ring in the sink unscrews on my model. We were able to unscrew this ring and get at the stopper mechanism to pry it up. After stopping/unstopping several times, it looks like it's working again.

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Well, I dont know what B.D. is thinking as my pop up sink does NOT have a lever--but I did check because I have the problem as posted. For some reason the assembly does not pop up now when you press the stopper. ONly thing I could do was remove the trap pieces and jam a wire or thin screwdriver or knife up and pop the stopper up. I am hoping a knowledgeable person posts on how to get this hting operational again--it worked great for two months.

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Look underneath the sink and you will find the lever that moves the drain up and down. It is probably stuck.

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

  • brian Jul 17, 2013

    Dont know what you are thinking...there are no levers on these assemblites. Take the trap apart and jam a thin screw driver or stiff wire up and pop it up

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