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Old 04-18-2016, 05:40 PM   #1
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Bathroom faucetrepair WITHOUT pull plunger/stopper?


I'm interested in these bathroom faucets at Costco. They look nice however when looking at them I noticed they did not have a way for the pull plunger to connect to.


What kind of sink or stopper do you use when the faucet doesn't have the pull stopper.

Here is a link to the product.

http://www.costco.com/.product.10014...oryTopProducts
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They make pop up plungers. Push them down and they stop the drain, push down again and they release upwards
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They make pop up plungers. Push them down and they stop the drain, push down again and they release upwards
They work like tub drains sort of
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The problem with that popup is they are made for vessel sinks and do not have an overflow drain slot.
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According to the ad copy in the link you posted, the drain assembly is in the box with the faucet. No need for an additional drain.
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The problem with that popup is they are made for vessel sinks and do not have an overflow drain slot.
They do make some with overflow holes. Danze has a whole line of them
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I'd have a problem when I have to use my hand to open the stopper, then rinse again. Also, I put new American Standard vanity faucet with cable operated stopper. The stopper is a standard one, but it is still heavy enough to push down on its own. It is enough to create a poor drain. This faucet also has flex supply with little more than 1/8 i.d. tubes. When toilet is flushed, it gets no cold water.
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I'd have a problem when I have to use my hand to open the stopper, then rinse again. Also, I put new American Standard vanity faucet with cable operated stopper. The stopper is a standard one, but it is still heavy enough to push down on its own. It is enough to create a poor drain. This faucet also has flex supply with little more than 1/8 i.d. tubes. When toilet is flushed, it gets no cold water.
The picture you showed, shows it should have a pop up. is there a removable plug on the back side of faucet? Why did it not come with the pop up?
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