Maytag Food Waste Disposer Parts
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Fix Number FIX11742344
Manufacturer Part Number WP4211334This is a flexible rubber cover that fits over the top of the sink drain. It opens up in the middle and will allow you to feed water or food items into a garbage disposal while keeping liquids and smaller food particles from splashing back into the sink.
Fixes these symptoms
- Garbage comes back up sink
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Greg from Ridgefield, WA
There were 2 problems. KitchenAid does not have installation instructions for this model. One step in the take down/installation wwas tough.I found that while KitchenAid did not have any info on KCD1250S1, it did have instructions for KCBD250S1 and the two are very similar. so I used those instructions - which were not as complete as one would like, but with some experimentation they gave me enough clues that it worked. First, do not remove the red cover or the Styrofoam that is underneath the plastic. Second, the removal of the disposal was easy once I learned that the key was to stick a Allen head screwdriver into one of the round metal openings that hide above the red plastic cover. Then shove the screwdriver (which will rotate the metal fitting) clockwise when you are underneath looking upward. Catch the heavy disposal when it decides to come loose. Do everything to get the new parts into place, it's easy. Put the Flange, seals and brackets in place and tighten the screws. The next step is putting the screwdriver into one of the rotating flange metal holes, then forcing the heavy disposal completely up into the flange fitting (I had to look down through the sink drain hole and guess where everything really was), and shoving the screwdriver (rotate the flange) counter clockwise, again when looking up from beneath the disposal. I suspect that if you do this a few times it gets easier. It now works perfectly. Read more...
Fix Number FIX11740613
Manufacturer Part Number WP285655This hose clamp is sold individually.
David from Middletown, PA
Slight leak in tub drain hoseUnplug unit from electrical outlet. Remove two Phillips screws in bottom of front cover. Swing front cover up and off the washer. Loosen both hose clamps. Place a large rag (or several paper towels) around base of hose where it connects to the water pump. Gently loosen bottom of hose from water pump and remove. Gently loosen top of hose from tub drain and remove. Slide new hose top onto tub drain. Slip both new clamps onto hose (lower clamp screw should be on the inside of the hose so that there is no interference with rotating parts). Slide new hose bottom onto water pump. Tighten both clamps snuggly. Re-install front cover. Plug unit back in. Read more...
Fix Number FIX357521
Manufacturer Part Number 4211615This is a flexible rubber cover that is over the top of the sink drain. It keeps liquids and smaller food particles from splashing back into the sink.
Fix Number FIX357379
Manufacturer Part Number 4211317
Kert from CONROE, TX
Original from years ago but the rubber seal flaked and broke.Any stoppers you get from home depot or elsewhere, still leak. Got this from this site for this Disposer and works fine. Read more...
Fix Number FIX357507
Manufacturer Part Number 4211577Used with garbage disposals.
Fix Number FIX357363
Manufacturer Part Number 4211300Used with garbage disposals.