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DFB6500AAX Maytag Food Waste Disposer - Overview

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DISPOSER

This part number matches the current model number "DFB6500AAX".

Manufacturer's Number: DFB6500AAX Batch-feed model - activates only when auto-start lid is in place Heavy-duty 3/4 HP induction motor - fewer moving parts for a longer, more reliable life 64 oz. capacity - holds more so you can run it less often QuietGrind™ 300 Sound Shield Package Stainless steel grinding chamber, grinding elements and sink flange - for years of rust-free, dependable service Rust-resistant stainless steel swivel impellers - rotates 360° to continuously move food into the shredding zone for jam-free grinding Exclusive Dependable Performance™ Warranty - 5-year full in-home warranty covers parts and labor

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$70.66

Disposal Stopper/Starter

This is a garbage disposal start and stopper assembly. Also known as an Actuator.

$68.66

Start Switch Kit

$9.07

GASKET

$34.40

SLEEVE

$88.59

SHREDDER

GASKET- ST

WASHER, THRUST RUBBER

$36.33

MOUNTING A

INSTALLATI

$25.19

SWITCH

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worn out gasket

  • Customer: George E. from Marysville WA
  • Difficulty: Really easy
  • Time to Complete: Less than 15 mins
  • Tools Required:
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installed new gasket by hand. read more

Switch was clogged with food

  • Customer: Alvaro from Norwalk CT
  • Difficulty: Difficult
  • Time to Complete: More than 2 hours
  • Tools Required: Nutdriver
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I need to put rubber washer and internal nut to retain the switch in place and the cover switch doesn't retain the screw ( this was passing through without retain the cover ) read more