|Item Weight||14.35 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.6 x 7.5 x 7.4 inches|
|Item model number||84211643|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Kitchen Aid (84211643) KCDB250G 1/2 HP Continuous Feed Garbage Disposal
|Price:||$80.75 + $6.99 shipping|
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|Item Dimensions||7.5 x 14.6 x 7.4 in||6.75 x 6.75 x 13.5 in||8.5 x 16 x 8.5 in||7 x 7 x 13 in||13.5 x 13.5 x 10 in||7.5 x 14.7 x 7.5 in|
This 1/2 hp food waste disposer operates with or without the food cover to make disposing of food waste quick and easy. Disposer features a motor that rotates at 1725 rpm for effective grinding. Additional features include overload protection with a manual reset. Continuous feed allows for constant grinding for quick cleanup after meals. The disposer is connected to an electrical switch, making operation easy and safe.
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The one I chose this time: Waste King 9930 Legend Series 1/2 HP. It's top rated, all STAINLESS--not galvanized--steel inside and has a 5 year warranty. I called Waste King...they couldn't have been nicer or more helpful, even told which of their models are stainless and which to avoid...which would be a "plug and play" swap out for the Kitchenaid and which ones would not. Amazon delivered it several days ago...it's being installed tomorrow. We'll see how long this one lasts...meanwhile, if you're still shopping, you might want to check that one out...it can't be any worse than this one!
Second, take two things off the old disposal once you get disconnected (watch a couple of you tube videos first). One is the power cord. You will need it for the new unit and the "strain relief" clip (it screws out and you will need that and the two screws and connecting plate).
I left in the mounting assembly that was attached to the sink. That simplifies things. I cut a 2 by 4 to put underneath the old disposal unit so that when I disconnected it, it didn't drop. Kind of heavy. I reused that 2 x 4 when I put the new unit up so I had something to hold it up while I attached the mounting gasket from the new disposal unit. That was the hardest part--snapping the disposal to the old mount. But doable.
On all the drain pieces, I used Silicone glue (see the picture)--I put it on all the threads for a good seal (recommended by my local hardware store guy)--for sealing the drain pipes. I used all the same pieces--that worked great--the openings and height are the same. The only difference in the units is that the new one has a sound insulator cover that limits the amount of noise that the unit makes--which is an upgrade over the 25 year old unit. That's it.
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serve later for a meal.