The Push and Seal drain requires a 1 1/2" diameter hole.
The entire pop up mechanism screws on and off drain for cleaning. Metal top itself does not, it is fixed
The Push and Seal drain assembly can be easily removed and cleaned by following the instructions below. To clean your Push & Seal drain assembly: 1. In the open position (up), unscrew the drain cap with the Pfister logo counterclockwise and pull out of drain body. 2. Flush any debris from the drain plug by running it under a stream of water. 3. Use a mild soap and soft bristle brush or sponge to remove any visible debris or sediment collected in the threads or crevices of the drain plug and flush under a stream of running water. 4. If the drain plug has calcium or sediment build-up, try soaking the drain plug in a solution mix of 50/50 water and white distilled vinegar for an hour to help loosen the build-up. If there is a lot of build-up, try soaking the drain plug in the same solution overnight and then follow steps 2 and 3. 5. Once the drain plug is clean, replace it by inserting into the drain body and threading it back in by turning it clockwise until it stops. CAUTION: Do not force or overtighten the drain plug as it may snap or break. The post that the stopper head screws onto also unscrews from the drain body. Try unscrewing the post counterclockwise to remove. If you’re having difficulty, please call our Support Team at 1-800-732-8238 for further assistance.
The complete stopper that screws into the drain body is #972-020J for Brushed Nickel. This piece may be ordered through special order at Home Depot if not available online. This part may also be under warranty, please call our Pfister support line at 1-800-732-8238 to qualify your warranty and possible replacement parts.
Pfister model # S47-PSCC is manufactured for installation in a lavatory sink with an overflow. Please contact or visit your local Home Depot special order counter for pricing and availability.
Yes. It should be fine. Don't know if yours has the pull up rod. It does NOT connect to your faucet's lever. It is strictly a pop-up stopper. You push it down to close it, push down again to click and open it again. Mine works wonderfully! My problem may be the sink itself. I can't get the normal lever operated stoppers to seal so water doesn't leak out. When I close the stopper, water still runs out. Replaced it with two different ones. Same problem. Gave up and put this one in. Problem solved!
Pfister supports a lifetime warranty for most parts and can provide support for functional issues. Please contact Pfister Consumer Service at 1-800-732-8238 for further assistance with troubleshooting your product.
Might be plugged up, just unscrew stopper and look for debris. IF clear your lower p trap may be plugged too
Pfister does not make a drain assembly for Vessel sinks, Pfister only makes the drains for a standard sink with an overflow hole.
Pfister Model # S47-PSKK is 1 1/4".