Question about Moen 103459 Drain Pop-UP Plug
Tub plug no longer raises enough to drain tub when you turn fixture on face of tub which should cause the plug to raise up.
At the base of the plug there is normally a stud with a thread on it to allow you to raise and lower the plug so that it seals or empties.
If that is not how your oulet is made then there is a lever behind the or to the side of the outlet underneath the sink, that also is adjustable on most sinks.
Sometimes it is via a spring clip which rusts and loses its grip
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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