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The sink stopper came off on my talia bathroom faucet and I can't get it back on

The stopper in the sink came off and I can't get it back on for the lever to go up and down

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UNDER THE SINK ABOVE THE TRAP IS A TAILPICE WITH A ROD POINTING TOWARD THE BACK WALL. IT IS HELD IN PLACE WITH A NUT. REMOVE THE NUT. PULL THE ROD OUT. TURN THE POPUP LOOP TOWARDS THE BACK WALL SO YOU CAN PUT THE ROD THROUGH IT.SNUG THE NUT UP AND CK TO BE SURE IT WORKS. FILL SINK WITH WATER AND CK FOR LEAKS.

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