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Opella push drain with overflow 90136.110 - The springs that operate the push drains rust after a year or so and the push drains become ineffective. I have been unable to find replacement spring mechanisms and so the only solution has been to buy expensive complete drain fittings just to get the replacement springs. Are the spring mechanisms available on their own?

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OVER-FLOW do indeed have a rod that goes down
from the face of the overflow... which lifts (opens)
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(will attach a drawing below)...

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Diagram of drains:
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