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Old 01-14-2008, 10:23 AM   #1
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The handle on the tub drain will not stay in the open position. Last night I took it off and it just seems worn on the back side. It is the type that drops down inside the front of the tub and has a metal cylinder on the end. I was wondering of someone could give me the correct name so when I go to the plumbing suplly I know what I'm asking for. I guess I can also bring it with me.

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It's called a 'triplever'

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