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Installing above counter sink and is leaking on

Installing above counter sink and is leaking on to top of the vanity. There are two holes in the pop up drain i aligned one with the hole to the over flow at base of sink when I fill the sink with water and then drain thje water leaks on to the vanity as well as down the trap....

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Sound like you have the wrong drain assy.or its installed wrongsometimes I put pipe dope on the top side of the rubber gasket and around the threads of the pop up and really tighten the nut.

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