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The linkage to the drain stopper has to be adjusted so that the stopper seats when the rod is raised. If the stopper lifts out of the drain, it may be necessary to remove the lifter rod and insert it through the holes in the bottom of the stopper then reinstall. After this, pulling up on the faucet rod will force the stopper to seat rather than drop by gravity. The tradeoff is that you will not be able to remove the stopper without disassembly of the connection
This could be caused by the installation. If the installer did not use plumber's putty between the the flange and basin it will not seal with the basin. Another possible cause is if the basin is not perfectly formed it will cause the flange to oval or not seat evenly. If this is the case it may leak between the flange and the basin or the stopper may not seat all the way down and it may leak between the stopper and flange.
If there is a small loop on the bottom of the stopper, the popup lever is supposed to poke through that. All you need to do is look at the drain tailpiece for the lever sticking out the back, undo the retaining nut to allow the lever to be removed from the drain, drop the stopper down so the loop can be engaged by the actuator rod you just pulled out, retighten the nut, then make the final adjustments for open height with the small metal tab holds the lever to the piece of metal with holes in it that is attached to the drain poppet in the middle of the faucet assembly above It should close completely and then open to drain.
http://www.hometips.com/diy-how-to/bathroom-faucet-installation.html These pictures are not very good and there are videos because it's kind of hard to explain but, I'll try. The drain stop rod that goes through the fixture and would hang in your vanity should have a piece that bolts to it with holes in it. you need to pick the hole to go over the shaft taht sticks out of the drain pipe, That controls the stopper, taht will close the stopper when pulled up and, will open stopper enough to let water drain. You use the "v" shaped piece with the 2 holes in it to attach the two together. You have to position the v piece over both sides of the plunger piece and then squeeze and put the whole thing over the shaft of the pluger actuator. If you type, "how to install a faucett" in your search window, you can pick a video on how to install a "bathroom faucett" that will give you pictures. It's really hard to try to explain.
loosen the nut comming out the back pipe attached to sink. pull back on the rod till the stopper comes loose.pull out the stopper but screw the nut back on till you are ready to put the plug back in.You dont have to attach the plug to the rod if you dont want to it can sit freely in hole and be removed just by pulling up on it personal preference
Moving left to right: I am not an expert, but I have installed a fair number of faucets. Seems like a basic issue of just getting under the sink and tightening up. Make sure someone is topside to assure the faucet stays straight and does not move as you tighten up below. It is never easy to get a wrench and your hands in the proper position to tighten up the nut, but don't give up try a smaller Channel lock wrench if necessary.
make sure that the piece going in to the drain that moves your stopper up and down is all the way in the hole on the bottom of the stopper once that is in hold the rod down so your stop is up then attach it to the piece attached to your rod this should solve your problem good luck
Try tightening the allen set screw behind the spout "you need a special (allen keys) to do this, and one should have came with your faucet". You can also buy or borrow an set of them. http://www.efaucetscomplete.com/SpecSheets/T2755CBLHP_Install.pdf Copy and paste this to your address bar for directions.