|Posted by hj on August 03, 2002 at 00:03:15:|
|In response to Re: Tub drain stopper won't stay down|
The lever is worn out and needs to be replaced. Buy a new one, with its own overflow plate, and install it by connecting it to the internal mechanism.
: The stopper lever should be down when draining. Sometimes, esp. when emptying my infant son's tub into the larger bath tub, the lever quietly floats up, the stopper engages, and the tub doesn't drain. I end up standing there holding the lever down until the water drains out. Any thoughts on solutions?
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