You only need to remove the old stopper and replace with the Watco foot actuated stopper. There needs to be the 3/8 in. threads where the cross bars intersect. If there is a different size thread, may want to consider the Watco SimpliQuick Tub Fix bathtub stopper. The 58751-PP-CP-G has a combo reversible pin adapter for both 3/8 in. and 5/16 in. commonly installed threads. Watco is the Choice of the Professionals
Yes, the seal is included and already assembled with the product. If individual parts are ever needed to order, go to watcomfg.com/watco. Expert Watco customer service is available at 1-800-308-0864. Watco is the Choice of Professionals.
Watco sells a SimpliQuick Tub Fix bathtub stopper that would be a great replacement for the bronze foot actuated that Watco doesn't produce. Simple installation and catches hair and other foreign debris. Search for 58750-PP-BZ-G-47 on HomeDepot.com. Watco's customer service line is 1-800-308-0864.
My push stopper came out when I was going to have a bath there was hair in the drain and grit I think one of the prongs on the bottom of the push plug is missing do I just buy a new stopper & push it then does it lock to hold it in there
Watco doesn't sell individual parts on HomeDepot.com. You can go to watcomfg.com/watco/ and click "Buy Online" Watco sells 3 pin adapters: #10-24 Pin SKU 11551, 1/4 Inch x 20 threads SKU #11554 and 3/8-5/16 Inch Reversible Combo Pin - SKU 11547
I purchased this for my Jacuzzi. It was the exact drain stopper I had on my 16 y/o tub.
What holds the tub stopper in the drain hole
If the Watco Foot Actuated stopper is completely apart, here are the steps to re-assemble and place back into the bathtub drain that has the 3/8 in. cross threads. First take the black seal and place flat side down over the cylinder that has the flat head looking brass screw. NEXT, take the stopper top and thread clockwise onto the threads that are on the white plastic body. THEN, take the completed stopper and place into drain by threading clockwise into the drain that has cross bars with 3/8 in. threads.
Try a larger flat-head screwdriver. Can contact Watco at 816-796-3900 for assistance.
Press down on it, its a button like mechanism