you should find the linkage for the pop up drain. Un do all the linkage and then remove the metal dowel going into the drain pipe. There is a colar around this nut and when you remove it, the internal linkage will come out. Then you just put the new back per instructions.
I have a new Bathroom sink and top, of the Corian type. There is a seperate overflow drain in the front of the sink that requires an attachment tube to the pop up drain. I can’t understand how this is installed, I guess I need some type of a drawing of picture. Can anyone help?
I am trying to remove the pop up drain from my downstairs bathroom. I am having a problem removing the pipe that attaches to the bottom of the sink drain. From what i can gather, the nut is such that nothing i have used has been able to grip it. There doesn’t seem to be a lot to grip on to. Is there a special tool that i need to use to loosen this?