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I've been trying for about a year to replace two click clack plug bolts. I've tried the smallest one I can find here (number 05 @ Replacement Pop Up Click Clack Waste Plug Bolt Spring Basin Bathtub Bathroom | eBay - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/114220162035?mkevt=1&mkcid=1&mkrid=710-53481-19255-0&campid=5338722076&toolid=10001) but even that is a couple of mm too high. If this is fitted with the plug cover on top and in the down position, there is a gap between the cover and sink that water can run down. It could be as much as 4mm.

I don't have the originals - I threw them out thinking it was a simple replacement. I don't know the make of the waste - there are no distinguishing marks on the waste, the flat was built in 2014 and the company who built it is .. hell knows tbh. The buildings company can't help.

At this point my only other option would be to replace the wastes.. except the sinks are very close to the wall with fixed pedestals and they will need to come off to replace the waste. A £5 (x 2) becomes a £200 quid job.

If anyone can help... much appreciated.
 

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