Last Activity:10-25-2007 9:33 AM
Posted in thread: Unable to remove/replace tub stopper on 10-26-2007 at 08:19 AM
Asbestos...I started fiddling with the top part after you said that, and Look what I found -
The chrome knurled knob unscrewed from the rest of the chrome portion exposing the center brass
rod with a ...
Posted in thread: Unable to remove/replace tub stopper on 10-25-2007 at 08:33 AM
No, Glenn.The brass and chrome portions can not be soldiered and could not have been soldiered
or it would not be a pop-up! It is the brass portion sliding up and down in the chrome tube
which allows ...
Posted in thread: Unable to remove/replace tub stopper on 10-23-2007 at 01:42 PM
Perhaps I explained myself wrong. I can find no way to get the brass center post to turn when
placed into the tub drain. Turning the chromed knurled knob, (which protrudes out when the
pop-up is in th...
Posted in thread: Unable to remove/replace tub stopper on 10-22-2007 at 07:46 PM
Our tubs have the kind of pop-ups that "Unscrew".I somehow removed one tub pop-up when trying
to remove some hair and am afraid to replace it because I can not see any way to get turning
tension on th...
Posted in thread: Hi I'm Oilcan on 10-22-2007 at 07:33 PM
Actually I saw a neat program on last night on Thisoldhouse I think, anyway PBS about a new
adhesive solution for large areas of plaster which had cracked and separated from the wood
lath. It involved...