I have a home repair book that shows how to pull up the popup stopper and linkage, and remove the overflow plate and pull out the linkage and spring in order to clean out the hair and gunk that accumulates on the linkage.But the pictures in the book dont match my 35 year old Kohler tub. The linkage cannot be pulled out from either end; it seems like one piece. As a result, all I could do was pull out the accumulated gunk from the drain and pour in Liquid Plumber. I know there must still be hair and gunk wrapped around the linkage, because the drain is still slow. Anybody have any tips on how the linkages in these older tubs can be removed, or how I can fix this slow drain with the linkage still in the line? I cant use a drain auger until I get the linkage out, right?
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