Bathtub stoppers come in a number of varieties and some are easier to remove than others. Some bathtub stoppers are simply unscrewed at the drain. Others must be disconnected at the overflow plate. If your bathtub is clogged, the first step is to remove the stopper. If the stopper doesn't simply unscrew, remove the overflow plate. Most overflow plates are attached by one simple screw. Internally, the overflow plate will be attached to an assembly that is linked to the stopper. After removing the screw and the overflow plate, gently move the assembly until it comes off.
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