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Our Pegasus bathroom drain stopper broke and we now have no way to plug the drain.

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You can get an acrylic sealant to put around the drain. It will fill the void where the flange on the drain hole and the sink meet. Possibly an epoxy would work but some tend to yellow with age.

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SOURCE: stopper came out Pegasus bathroom sink

Pegasus make several models but I'll make an assumption that it has a pop-up plug actuated by a rod just behind the tap head.

If correct....

Under the sink in the cabinet you will see the rod comes down and connects to an adjustment fitting and into the main drain line from the sink. There will be a fitting on the drain line holding the connection. Inside is a metal ball and connecting rod that links to your plug.

Remove the fitting.
Slide the ball and rod partially out.
Put your plug back in.
Engage the rod again (you will need to fiddle a bit here).
Tighten the fitting.
Run water to ensure the fitting is tight and not leaking.


Should be good to go.

Please rate this answer if it gives you some direction.

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SOURCE: The bathroom drain stopper will not stay closed.

there is a small compression nut on the drain, it needs to be tightened slightly. look under the sink when you pull the lever up close the stopper, you will see where it connects to the drain. tighten that nut slightly.
do not over tighten or you won't be able to move the stopper at all, you just need enough pressure to hold the weight of the lifting rod and stopper in place.

Posted on Aug 15, 2010

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Pegasus make several models but I'll make an assumption that it has a pop-up plug actuated by a rod just behind the tap head.

If correct....

Under the sink in the cabinet you will see the rod comes down and connects to an adjustment fitting and into the main drain line from the sink. There will be a fitting on the drain line holding the connection. Inside is a metal ball and connecting rod that links to your plug.

Remove the fitting.
Slide the ball and rod partially out.
Put your plug back in.
Engage the rod again (you will need to fiddle a bit here).
Tighten the fitting.
Run water to ensure the fitting is tight and not leaking.


Should be good to go.

Please rate this answer if it gives you some direction.

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