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DANCO

Model 89239

Internet #100554581

Store SKU #126733

Lift and Turn Tub Drain Kit with Overflow in Brushed Nickel

$24.97 /each

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The DANCO Lift ‘N Turn Bath Trim Kit provides an easy way to make your bathtub more modern. It comes with a threaded adapter bushing that is designed to fit 1-1/2 in. and 1-7/8 in. drain shoe sizes. It also comes with a strainer, an overflow plate and a bath shoe that install easily.

  • Durable brass construction
  • Threaded adapter bushing fits 1-1/2 in. and 1-7/8 in. drain shoe sizes
  • Designed to fit 1-7/8 in. drains with bushing
  • Kit includes an overflow plate, a bath drain strainer, a washer and a bushing
  • Comes with adapter for use with 1 or 2-hole overflow plate
  • Brushed nickel finish
  • Lift and turn style
  • Easy DIY installation

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I have this type of drain in my mobile home bath tub, and cannot figure out how to remove it to snake the drain. How is this done?

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grandmat
New Mexico
July 28, 2013
The pop up does not twist off.
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Philadelphia
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April 20, 2016
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First remove the stopper part by closing the stopper and then unscrewing it (CC). Then you'll see the drain flange, with a crossbar that blocks you from snaking the drain. This unscrews (CC) with difficulty, since it should have been installed with plumber's putty under its rim. Sometimes you can put plier handles in there and then put a wrench on the pliers, but you may break the crossbar. It's better Read More
First remove the stopper part by closing the stopper and then unscrewing it (CC). Then you'll see the drain flange, with a crossbar that blocks you from snaking the drain. This unscrews (CC) with difficulty, since it should have been installed with plumber's putty under its rim. Sometimes you can put plier handles in there and then put a wrench on the pliers, but you may break the crossbar. It's better to spend $10, if you have to, on "Tub Drain Remover" http://www.homedepot.com/p/Tub-Drain-Remover-HDX170/204218645. It grips in there very well and you can use a wrench or thick screwdriver to get the leverage you need. Read Less
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December 8, 2015
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Remove the overflow plate and snake from there--much easier.
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Frederick, Md
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November 30, 2015
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The pop up does twist off on this one. Counter clockwise. Yours may be different than this one.
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Brooks, GA 30205, USA
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October 1, 2014
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The top will twist off. You have to have the top closed and take pliers and turn it counter clockwise and the stopper will unscrew.
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Irving, TX
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April 24, 2014
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You will have to get underneath the yup and disconnect the drain pipe from the drain, as the drain cap is permanently attached to the drain itself.
Turn the stopper in a clockwise direction. It should come off. The stopper is screwed onto a post/stem and that post is screwed into the drain itself. I've removed it both ways, by unscrewing the stopper from the post, or if the stopper is firmly attached to
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You will have to get underneath the yup and disconnect the drain pipe from the drain, as the drain cap is permanently attached to the drain itself.
Turn the stopper in a clockwise direction. It should come off. The stopper is screwed onto a post/stem and that post is screwed into the drain itself. I've removed it both ways, by unscrewing the stopper from the post, or if the stopper is firmly attached to the post, the whole unit will come out. Make sure not to drop the screw or the post into the drain pipe.....it can happen.
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New Port Richey, FL, USA
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January 14, 2014
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You will have to get underneath the yup and disconnect the drain pipe from the drain, as the drain cap is permanently attached to the drain itself.
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Reno, NV, USA
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July 29, 2013
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Turn the stopper in a clockwise direction. It should come off. The stopper is screwed onto a post/stem and that post is screwed into the drain itself. I've removed it both ways, by unscrewing the stopper from the post, or if the stopper is firmly attached to the post, the whole unit will come out.
Make sure not to drop the screw or the post into the drain pipe.....it can happen.
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Conversion Kit Available?

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O'Fallon, IL
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October 25, 2015
I currently have a 2 screw overflow plate - can this replace it?
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Frederick, Md
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November 30, 2015
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Yes, the overflow plate contains only 1 screw, however, there is a metal tab that goes on first with 2 screws and has a single hole for the outer plate to attach to. So, you can use this to replace one with 2 screws. Do not use the drain with the plastic threaded sleeve though. It is cheap and weak and was the cause of a leak that caused major damage.
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November 10, 2015
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Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, this kit includes an adapter for switching from two holes to one.
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What tools do I need to install the lift and turn kit?

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Brad
Houston TX 77091
March 7, 2013
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Irving, TX
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March 12, 2013
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Hi Brad,
The basic tools needed are:
adjustable pliers
phillips screwdriver
straight slot screwdriver
tub shoe removal tool
pipe thread tape
Other tools may be required as the need arises.
Best regards,
Danco Support
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Stockbridge, Ga
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March 7, 2013
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I beleive I used a pair of pliers turned upside down to remove the old
one, some plumbers putty around the new one and rethighten it with
the pliers, upside down.
bassman, stockbridge, ga
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by It did the trick! This was an economical choice instead of spending a ton on a name brand unit. It cost a fraction of what the name brands charged for the same unit. My plumber installed it as he said removal of old units can be tricky and you don't want to break any pipes while trying. Having just been through a house flood from a broken pipe, I complied! He didnt charge much as he was already doing other work for me. Overall it looks good and matches the finish of the new faucets. I will have to see how well it holds up under regular use however. It does seem a tad bit flimsy and not as highly polished as the name brand units. Only time will tell! June 15, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not bad Not a bad little product. I was disappointed because it does sit a little higher than expected. Also the plug is a bit flimsy. But it works. February 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by easy to operate Well and nice construction easy to install good shape and color seal very good need to buy again February 18, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Quality material, but not well designed When in the open position, the stopper is not securely fastened to the stem and sits loosely on an angle, instead of a horizontal position. The design using the set screw is not the best. Will be returning the item to the store. June 20, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Adequate. Design could be better. Found the lift & turn functionality does not work that well. The design only uses a little friction to hold the stopper in place. Although, I don't believe Home Depot carries any other design/style in their store. I would suggest finding one with a better, more reliable design. October 6, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Bathtub Drain kit Construction of the tub drain closure is a little weak. January 27, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Loose fit or improper shaft The shaft on the drain stopper is completely loose and is clearly of wrong diameter or is missing an additional sleeve. I doubt there is any control of what gets shipped in a box. After trying to exchange the product, it seems that they are all identical! (the server kept timing out and couldn't upload a photo with the problem illustration) August 24, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good replacement. Good product. If it's for new installation you won't need any tools. Replacement you will need to have the tub drain remover. You might be able to use a pair of plier handles to twist it out, but the tool makes it easier and faster. Don't forget the plumbers putty around the rim. October 1, 2014
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