FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Operation - Leaks

  • After turning off my pull-out spray faucet, water continues to drip for a minute or so. Is something wrong?

    Nothing is wrong with your faucet. Water is simply emptying from the aerator and the hose of your faucet.

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  • After turning off my shower, water continues to drip from the showerhead for a minute or so. Is something wrong?

    Nothing is wrong with your faucet. The showerhead is simply emptying its reservoir of water.

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  • My Bath Sink One-Handle faucet is leaking

    Identify the area that is leaking. Then, find the solutions to that area below.

    Note: The diagram below is a general representation of this faucet type showing common replacement parts. If you do not find the answer you need here, please use the Support Information Search to find maintenance instructions for your specific model.

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    Solutions
    A = Leaks from under the handle

    This type of leak is usually caused by a loose adjusting ring:

    • Remove handle and tighten adjusting ring (#1 in diagram - Repair part RP250).

    If leak persists:

    • Replace Ball Assembly (#2 in diagram - Repair part RP70 as shown for lever handes or RP212 for knob handles)
    • Replace Cam & Packing (#3 in diagram - Repair Kit RP61).
    B = Leaks from aerator
    • Replace seats and springs (#4 in diagram - Repair part RP4993).

    If leak persists:

    • Replace Ball Assembly (#2 in diagram - Repair part RP70 as shown for lever handes or RP212 for knob handles)

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  • My Bath Sink Two-Handle Centerset faucet is leaking

    Identify the area that is leaking. Then, find the solutions to that area below.

    Note: The diagram below is a general representation of this faucet type showing common replacement parts. If you do not find the answer you need here, please use the Support Information Search to find maintenance instructions for your specific model.

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    Solutions
    A = Leaks from under the handle
    • Replace Stem Unit Assembly (#2 in diagram - Repair part RP24096)
    B = Leaks from aerator
    • Replace seats and springs (#1 in diagram - Repair part RP4993).

    If leak persists:

    • Replace Stem Unit Assembly (#2 in diagram - Repair part RP24096)

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  • My Bath Sink Two-Handle Mini-Widespread faucet is leaking

    Identify the area that is leaking. Then, find the solutions to that area below.

    Note: The diagram below is a general representation of this faucet type showing common replacement parts. If you do not find the answer you need here, please use the Support Information Search to find maintenance instructions for your specific model.

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    Solutions
    A = Leaks from under the handle
    • Replace Stem Unit Assembly (#1 in diagram - Repair part RP24096)
    B = Leaks from aerator
    • Replace seats and springs (#2 in diagram - Repair part RP4993).

    If leak persists:

    • Replace Stem Unit Assembly (#1 in diagram - Repair part RP24096)

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  • My Bath Sink Two-Handle Widespread faucet leaks

    Identify the area that is leaking. Then, find the solutions to that area below.

    Note: The diagram below is a general representation of this faucet type showing common replacement parts. If you do not find the answer you need here, please use the Support Information Search to find maintenance instructions for your specific model.

    collapsed view of leaking two handle widespread faucet expanded view of leaking two handle widespread faucet
    Solutions
    A = Leaks from under the handle
    • Replace Stem Unit Assembly (#1 in diagram - Repair part RP24096)
    B = Leaks from aerator
    • Replace seats and springs (#2 in diagram - Repair part RP4993).

    If leak persists:

    • Replace Stem Unit Assembly (#1 in diagram - Repair part RP24096)

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  • My faucet leaks. Should I take it back to the dealer?

    In most cases a faucet leak can be repaired with Delta® Genuine Parts. If you have the installation instructions for the faucet, check the troubleshooting section for repair information.

    If you would like to review or print your faucet's maintenance & installation instructions, please visit the Online Catalog to search for your faucet. Once you find your faucet, select Maintenance & Installation for repair information.

    Or call 1-877-345-BRIZO (2749) or e-mail us for assistance.

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  • My Kitchen Pull-Out faucet is leaking

    Identify the area that is leaking. Then, find the solutions to that area below.

    Note: The diagram below is a general representation of this faucet type showing common replacement parts. If you do not find the answer you need here, please use the Support Information Search to find maintenance instructions for your specific model.

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    Solutions
    A = Leaks from under the handle

    This type of leak is usually caused by a loose adjusting ring:

    • Remove handle and tighten adjusting ring (#1 in diagram - Repair part RP250).

    If leak persists:

    • Replace Ball Assembly (#2 in diagram - Repair part RP12301 or RP70 as indicated)
    • Replace Cam & Packing (#3 in diagram - Repair Kit RP61).
    B = Leaks from aerator:
    • Replace seats and springs (#4 in diagram - Repair part RP4993).

    If leak persists:

    • Replace Ball Assembly (#2 in diagram - Repair part RP12301 or RP70 as indicated)
    C = Leaks from base of the spout

    Since the water travels through the hose, and not the spout itself, a leak from the base of the spout would be very unlikely. If this occurs, check the connection of the hose to the spray wand. If this connection is secure and not leaking, then check the hose for damage. Replace the hose if it is damaged or leaking.

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  • My Kitchen Single-Handle faucet leaks

    Identify the area that is leaking. Then, find the solutions to that area below.

    Note: The diagram below is a general representation of this faucet type showing common replacement parts. If you do not find the answer you need here, please use the Support Information Search to find maintenance instructions for your specific model.

    collapsed view of leaking single handle kitchen faucet expanded view of leaking single handle kitchen faucet
    Solutions
    A = Leaks from under handle

    This type of leak is usually caused by a loose adjusting ring:

    • Remove handle and tighten adjusting ring (#1 in diagram - Repair part RP250).

    If leak persists:

    • Replace Ball Assembly (#2 in diagram - Repair part RP70 as shown for lever handles or RP212 for knob handles)
    • Replace Cam & Packing (#3 in diagram - Repair Kit RP61)
    B = Leaks from spray head
    • Replace Spray & Hose Assembly (#7 in diagram - Repair part RP39345).

    If spray head does not work or divert properly:

    • Remove and clean or replace Diverter Assembly (#5 in diagram - Repair part RP320)
    C = Leaks from base of spout
    • Replace O-Rings (#6 in diagram - Repair part RP25).
    D = Leaks from aerator
    • Replace seats and springs (#4 in diagram - Repair part RP4993).

    If leak persists:

    • Replace Ball Assembly (#2 in diagram - Repair part RP70 as shown for lever handles or RP212 for knob handles.

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  • My Kitchen Two-Handle faucet is leaking.

    Identify the area that is leaking. Then, find the solutions to that area below.

    Note: The diagram below is a general representation of this faucet type showing common replacement parts. If you do not find the answer you need here, please use the Support Information Search to find maintenance instructions for your specific model.

    collapsed view of leaking two handle kitchen faucet expanded view of leaking two handle kitchen faucet
    Solutions
    A = Leaks from spray head
    • Replace Spray & Hose Assembly (#5 in diagram - Repair part RP39345).

    If spray head does not work or divert properly:

    • Remove and clean or replace diverter Assembly (#2 in diagram - Repair part RP6073)
    B = Leaks from under handle
    • Replace Stem Unit Assembly (#3 in diagram - Repair part RP1740).
    C = Leaks from base of spout
    • Replace O-Rings (#1 in diagram - Repair part RP2055).
    D = Leaks from aerator
    • Replace seats and springs (#4 in diagram - Repair part RP4993).

    If leak persists:

    • Replace Stem Unit Assembly (#3 in diagram - Repair part RP1740)

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  • My Monitor Tub Shower faucet is leaking

    Identify the area that is leaking. Then, find the solutions to that area below.

    Note: The diagram below is a general representation of this faucet type showing common replacement parts. If you do not find the answer you need here, please use the Support Information Search to find maintenance instructions for your specific model.

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    Solutions
    A = Leaks from under the handle
    • Replace Valve Cartridege assembly (#1 in diagram - Repair part RP19804)
    B = Leaks from tub spout
    • Replace seats and springs (#2 in diagram - Repair part RP4993).

    If leak persists:

    • Replace Valve Cartridege assembly (#1 in diagram - Repair part RP19804)

    If a steady stream of water is running from both the tub spout and the shower head:

    • If this is a new installation , there may be an installation problem.
    • If this is not a new installation, the problem may be in the push button diverter. Remove and check diverter for debris. Clean as needed. It may need to be replaced (#3 in diagram - Repair part RP5649)
    C = Leaks from shower head
    • Replace seats and springs (#2 in diagram - Repair part RP4993).

    If leak persists:

    • Replace Valve Cartridege assembly (#1 in diagram - Repair part RP19804)

    If a steady stream of water is running from both the tub spout and the shower head:

    • If this is a new installation , there may be an installation problem.
    • If this is not a new installation, the problem may be in the push button diverter. Remove and check diverter for debris. Clean as needed. It may need to be replaced (#3 in diagram - Repair part RP5649)

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  • My Quick Connect leaks at the fitting. How can I fix that?

    You need to push the fitting up over the nipple a little harder and you should hear a distinct "snap or click". It's possible to push it on gently and you might hear a slight click but you haven't quite compressed the o-ring into the housing of the hose. One more push should solve the problem.

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  • My Tub or Shower Faucet leaks

    Identify the area that is leaking. Then, find the solutions to that area below.

    Note: The diagram below is a general representation of this faucet type showing common replacement parts. If you do not find the answer you need here, please use the Support Information Search to find maintenance instructions for your specific model.

    collapsed view of leaking tub or shower faucet expanded view of leaking tub or shower faucet
    Solutions
    A = Leaks from under the handle

    This type of leak is usually caused by a loose adjusting ring:

    • Remove handle and tighten adjusting ring (#1 in diagram - Repair part RP250).

    If leak persists:

    • Replace Ball Assembly (#5 in diagram - Repair part RP70 as shown for lever handles or RP212 for knob handles)
    • Replace Cam & Packing (#3 in diagram - Repair Kit RP61).
    B = Leaks from Tub spout
    • Replace seats and springs (#4 in diagram - Repair part RP4993).

    If leak persists:

    • Replace Ball Assembly (#5 in diagram - Repair part RP70 as shown for lever handles or RP212 for knob handles)

    If a steady stream of water is running from both the tub spout and the shower head:

    • If this is a new installation , there may be an installation problem
    • If this is not a new installation, the problem may be in the push button diverter. Remove and check diverter for debris. Clean as needed. It may need to be replaced (#6 in diagram - Repair part RP5649)
    C = Leaks from shower head
    • Replace seats and springs (#4 in diagram - Repair part RP4993).

    If leak persists:

    • Replace Ball Assembly (#5 in diagram - Repair part RP70 as shown for lever handes or RP212 for knob handles)

    If a steady stream of water is running from both the tub spout and the shower head:

    • If this is a new installation , there may be an installation problem
    • If this is not a new installation, the problem may be in the push button diverter. Remove and check diverter for debris. Clean as needed. It may need to be replaced (#6 in diagram - Repair part RP5649)

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  • My two-handle widespread faucet is dripping underneath the counter. How can I fix it?

    It is extremely rare for a faucet to develop a leak under the counter. Typically, leaks under the counter occur upon installation due to one of two factors. Newer Brizo® widespread faucets feature Quick-Snap® installation. If you experience leaking at the connection points, Quick-Snap may not have been properly installed. Follow these steps to check the Quick-Snap connections:

    1. Shut off water supply.
    2. Pull at the connections to see if the hoses are properly affixed. If they are not connected securely, pull them off completely and reattach them until you hear or feel a snap.
    3. If your faucet does not have Quick-Snap connections, tighten the hose to the spout and handles using a wrench. Do not overtighten. Use two wrenches to tighten the copper tube to the water supply lines, located under each handle.

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  • What do I do about water dripping from the spout of my two-handle kitchen (or lavatory) faucet?

    With normal wear, the faucet's seats and springs become worn, which may result in a leak from the spout. To stop the leak, simply replace the seats and springs by following these steps:

    If you are not certain, you will need to find out if the hot or cold valve is causing the leak. Let's begin by troubleshooting with the hot valve:

    1. Shut off water supply.
    2. Cover drain opening so parts won't fall into it.
    3. If you have lever handles, loosen the set screw with an Allen wrench and remove the handle. If you have knob handles, pry off the handle button, remove the screw and lift off the handle.
    4. Unscrew bonnet nut. Use a crescent wrench to loosen if necessary.
    5. Pull stem straight up and out.
    6. Remove seat and spring. You can lift them out with a pencil or an Allen wrench.
    7. Wipe inside of body, including where seat and spring sit, with a soft cloth.
    8. Place new seat over new spring (Delta Genuine Part RP4993 - two sets per package)and insert into socket in body using a pencil or an Allen wrench. (Small end of spring goes into seat large end of the spring goes into the faucet body.)
    9. IMPORTANT-STEM MUST BE REPLACED PROPERLY. Knob handle stem position: Slip the stem unit into the body, aligning the tabs on the stem with the slots in the body, so the "stop" on each stem points toward the spout. Lever handle stem position: Align the tabs on the stem with the slots in the body, so the "stop" on each stem points toward the right. If you have lever handles, you may also need to reinstall the quarter turn stops to limit the handles from turning more than 90°. Note: If you reinstall the handles and find that they aren't turning the right direction, rotate the stem 180° and check for proper handle rotation.
    10. Screw bonnet nut on and hand tighten.
    11. Replace handle, tighten screw.

    If the drip persists, repeat the above steps on the cold valve.

    If the problem continues after you replace the seats and springs, replace both stem assemblies (Delta Genuine Part RP1740 - one stem assembly per package, or RP25513 for those requiring the quarter-turn stop).

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  • What do I do about water dripping from the spout of my two-handle (or three-handle) tub/shower faucet?

    First, we need to find out if the hot or cold valve is causing the leak. Let's begin by troubleshooting with the hot valve:

    1. Shut off the hot water supply. If you can't find the shut-off for your tub/shower valve, shut off the water to your house by using your water shut-off valve.
    2. Remove the faucet handle. To do this, depending on your handle type, you will need a Phillips screwdriver or an Allen wrench.
    3. Remove the chrome bonnet nut using an adjusting wrench.
    4. Remove stem extender.
    5. Remove stem assembly by pulling straight out.
    6. Remove the extender and stem assembly.
    7. Remove the seats and springs.
    8. Examine them for wear or debris and wipe out any debris in the depression where the seats and springs sit in the valve body.
    9. Replace the seats and springs. (Delta Genuine Part RP4993 -€“ two sets per package).
    10. Reassemble the faucet to see if the drip has stopped.

    If the drip persists, repeat the above steps on the cold valve.

    If you've replaced the seats and springs and the problem continues, replace both stem assemblies (Delta Genuine Part RP1740 - one stem assembly per package).

    If all of the above has not fixed your leak, and your valve is more than 10 or 15 years old, it is possible that the actual faucet body may have developed a leak. If so, you will need to replace your tub/shower valve with a new one.

    Note: Consumer safety is our number one concern. If you do not have experience with plumbing repairs, we recommend that you contact a licensed plumber for tub/shower repairs.

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  • What do I do about water flowing from my diverter tub spout while it is in the shower mode?

    It is normal for a small (pencil thin) stream of water to continue to flow from the tub spout when the shower is in operation. If the amount of water flow is excessive, then this indicates a problem with the diverter located in the tub spout. This cannot be repaired and the spout must be replaced. Remove the tub spout and replace it with a Genuine Brizo tub spout.

    To locate a local source for Brizo tub spouts, contact a licensed professional plumbing contractor or Brizo® showroom, or call 1-877-345-BRIZO (2749), or e-mail us for assistance.

    Note: Consumer safety is our number one concern. If you do not have experience with plumbing repairs, we recommend that you contact a licensed plumber for tub/shower repairs.

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  • What do I do if my faucet leaks under the handle?

    On a single handle faucet, you need to tighten the adjusting ring or replace the cam and packing. On a two-handle faucet, try tightening the bonnet. If that does not work, you may need to replace the stem.

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  • What do I do if my single-handle kitchen or lavatory faucet drips from the aerator?

    Your Brizo® faucet is designed for leak-free performance. Through normal use, and depending on the water conditions in your area, seats and springs experience wear and may need to be replaced occasionally. It is also possible that there is sediment or debris in your faucet. If your faucet drips from the spout, follow these simple steps:

    First attempt to flush the debris from the system:

    1. Remove the aerator.
    2. Turn off the water supplies.
    3. Turn the faucet handle to the "on" position.
    4. Turn the water on at the supply.
    5. Flush the faucet and supply lines for one minute.
    6. Wash any debris from the aerator before you replace it.
    7. Turn off the water using the faucet handle.

      Next, check the seats and springs and the ball valve. You may need to replace those using Delta Genuine Parts.

    8. Shut off water supply.
    9. Cover drain opening so parts don't fall into it.
    10. If you have a lever handle with a red and blue hot/cold button, pry it off to expose the set screw. Loosen the set screw with an Allen wrench and remove the handle. If you have a knob handle, pry off the handle button, remove the screw and lift off the handle.
    11. Unscrew the cap counterclockwise and lift off. If the cap is too difficult to unscrew by hand, loosen the gray or white adjusting ring in the cap and try again. If it is still too difficult to remove by hand, place a crescent wrench at the top of it and turn counterclockwise. To avoid damaging the faucet finish, you may want to place a jar opener gripper between the cap and wrench or a heavy cloth such as a towel between the cap and wrench.
    12. Caution: if you notice the cam turning also, quit turning immediately and call a plumber.

    13. Remove cam, packing and ball by lifting up on ball stem.
    14. Remove seats and springs. You can lift them out with a pencil or an Allen wrench.
    15. Wipe inside of body with a soft cloth, including where seats and springs sit.
    16. Place new seats over new springs (RP4993) and insert into sockets in body using a pencil or an Allen wrench. (Small end of spring goes into seat and large end of spring goes into the faucet body.)
    17. If a stainless steel ball is already installed, check it for damage or mineral deposits. Clean it by soaking it in vinegar and wiping it with a rough towel. If the ball appears to be scratched or damaged, you may also need to replace the ball. To replace a round-stem ball (cylindrical stem), use Delta Genuine Part RP70. To replace a diamond-stem ball (flat-sided stem), use Delta Genuine Part RP212. Place ball into body. (Lever handle faucet bodies will have a small straight steel pin inside; be sure to engage pin with slot on side of ball.)
    18. Place packing and cam over stem of ball and engage tab on cam with slot in body. (The peak of the triangle in the cam for a lever handle faucet will be facing the spout.) Push down.
    19. Partially unscrew adjusting ring and then place cap over ball stem and hand tighten onto body, while pushing down on cam to keep cam's tab engaged with slot in body.
    20. Tighten the adjusting ring until no water leaks around the stem when the faucet is in the full on hot and cold mixed position and pressure is exerted down on the handle. Loosening and tightening the adjusting ring also controls how hard or easy the handle is to use. Over tightening of the adjusting ring can cause premature wear of the seal surfaces necessitating frequent repairs.

    If the leak persists, check the faucet's stainless steel liners. Replace the entire faucet if the liners are missing, damaged or sticking up above the brass valve body.

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  • What do I do if water leaks from my kitchen spout while my vegetable spray is in use?

    The problem may be a blocked or damaged diverter assembly. Follow these steps to solve:

    To access the diverter - Single-handle faucet:

    1. Shut off water supply under the sink.
    2. Cover drain opening so parts won't fall into it.
    3. Remove the handle, cap, cam, packing and ball assembly. (See page 6, steps 3-5 for details.) Gently rotate and lift off the spout.
    4. Remove the diverter assembly. Be sure to remove the entire diverter. Insert a flat head screwdriver or an Allen wrench into the body cavity to pop out the diverter. Check for debris on the diverter, as well as in the diverter cavity in the faucet body. A flashlight will help when looking to the back of the cavity.
    5. Clean the diverter thoroughly by soaking in a 50/50 vinegar and water solution for two hours; reinstall. If diverter appears damaged, replace it with Delta® diverter RP320.

    To access the diverter - Two-handle faucet:

    1. Shut off water supply under the sink.
    2. Cover drain opening so parts won't fall into it.
    3. Unscrew and remove the spout nut. Use a crescent wrench to loosen if necessary.
    4. Unscrew the diverter from the top of the body using a coin (if the diverter is plastic) or a screwdriver (if the diverter is metal). Be sure to remove the entire diverter.
    5. Clean the diverter by soaking in a 50/50 vinegar and water solution for 2 hours. Flush any debris from the opening.
    6. Replace the diverter and spout nut. Check to see if the diverter functions properly. If not, replace it with Delta diverter RP6073. Be sure that the old diverter seal is removed before install the new diverter. The old diverter seal can prevent the new diverter from operating properly. Be careful not to over tighten the diverter. Note: Old style metal and current-style plastic diverters are interchangeable.

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  • What should I do if water is leaking behind the wall of my tub/shower valve?

    Shut off the water supplies to your tub/shower valve.

    If you cannot find the supplies for your tub/shower valve, shut off the water to your house using your main shut-off valve.

    Call a licensed professional plumbing contractor for assistance.

    Note: Consumer safety is our number one concern. If you do not have experience with plumbing repairs, we recommend that you contact a licensed plumber for tub/shower repairs.

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  • Why doesn't my pop-up sink stopper stop the water from draining?

    Look under the sink to be sure the strap assembly that operates the stopper is properly adjusted and the nut holding the horizontal rod in the drain assembly is secure. Be sure the stopper is properly adjusted.

    Note: The cap on the stopper is not designed to be flush with the flange. A seal is created by the weight of the water, which pushes the rubber seal under the stopper against the flange in the sink.

    If your drain stopper has been installed to be non-removable, check to see if any section of the pivot rod or strap assembly hits underneath the counter or sink. If so, the stopper can't drop far enough to create a seal in the sink. Depending on what is blocking the action of the pivot rod or strap, you may be able to rotate the pop-up sink stopper slightly so it no longer bumps against anything under the sink.

    If everything is adjusted properly, check the amount of silicone or putty between the flange and the sink itself. (Although a white gasket is supplied with each pop-up to seal under the flange, if a sink has an unusually rough surface in the drain area, it may be necessary to use silicone instead of the gasket.) It is possible to determine if there is insufficient silicone or putty under the flange by using a rubber stopper to seal the drain opening only. You can also press down on the stopper to attempt a manual seal and determine if water is leaking around the pop-up flange. If there is insufficient silicone or putty between the sink and the pop-up flange, water will leak out of the sink into the drain, even with the drain outlet fully closed.

    Note: Water will not leak onto the cabinet floor; it will seep into the drain via the overflow holes in the drain body

    1. Remove the nut that holds the horizontal rod to the body of the pop-up stopper.
    2. Lift the stopper out.
    3. Reattach the nut that holds the horizontal rod to the pop-up body.
    4. Test to see if water is leaking around the flange by plugging your drain with a rubber stopper.
    5. Do not cover the outside of the drain flange.
    6. If the leak continues, remove the flange and apply more silicone or putty under the flange.

    To remove the flange:

    1. Unscrew the large nut under the sink.
    2. Pull the flange straight up through the sink. If the flange sticks to the sink, gently pry it loose.
    3. Apply a fresh, uniform-round bead of silicone or putty.
    4. Reinstall the flange and tighten the nut under the sink.

    Note: Do not rotate the flange or pop-up stopper body after re-installation. Rotation may cause the silicone or putty seal to break, which may cause leakage.

    Caution: Before using plumber's putty, be sure to read the warning labels to make sure it won't stain marble or attack plastic sinks or rubber components.

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