How to adjust pop up drain

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  1. Aug 2, 2019 #1

    Gail Hischar

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    Diehard

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    I've never seen these before. Maybe there will be someone that has. In the meantime I did some searching for you and found 2 different manufacturers that had a cable type actuator like yours.

    This one may be what you have. It's an American Standard Sink Pop-up Drain Stopper (Speed Connect Drain) and the link for the video is here. After watching the video, I'm not sure how of if it's adjustable. Just appears to be a correct or incorrect way to assemble it. Although I suppose if it got worn out or broken it could leave your stopper in the down(closed) position.
    I hope this helps.


    One was by a company called FRANKE, I believe. I have attached a video for that one but there is no sound. I believe it would be in a different language, if there was sound. But if by chance you have this type I believe you would know. Although it appears to be for a kitchen drain.


    Let me know how you make out.
     
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    a brand name would be helpful
     
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    Looks like the American Standard. If it is, it may be worn out and not raising the stopper any longer.
     

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