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The Pop-up does not Pop back up if you pull it so the sink will hold water. I have tried moving the clip on it but that does not help. The sink is about a year old and before this we had problems with the stopper not letting the sink hold water. Been an issue since new.

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The rod that you have been moving the clip on needs to be through the hole in the bottem of the stopper.

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