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Garbage Disposal Motor DISP 1/3HP 2500RPM DIR WIRE – Part Number: GFC320V
Garbage Disposal Motor DISP 1/3HP 2500RPM DIR WIRE
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PartSelect #: PS3501295
Manufacturer #: GFC320V
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Splash Guard – Part Number: WC03X10010
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The splash guard, also known as a mounting gasket, is used for garbage disposals. The guard creates a tight seal between the sink and the garbage disposal ring. This part is black in color and made of...
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Garbage Disposal Drain Stopper – Part Number: WC11X20163
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PartSelect #: PS12726321
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The splash guard, also known as a mounting gasket, is used for garbage disposals. The guard creates a tight seal between the sink and the garbage disposal ring. This part is black in color and made of...
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Sink Flange – Part Number: WC15X20161
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PartSelect #: PS12722852
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The sink flange attaches to your sink drain opening and provides a connection to mount the disposal unit to the sink itself. If your food waste disposer is leaking, there are a few places that you sho...
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Rubber Flange Gasket – Part Number: WC03X10007
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PartSelect #: PS7320281
Manufacturer #: WC03X10007
This is a flange gasket for a food waste disposer or garbage disposer. The gasket provides a seal between the sink opening and disposal flange. You may need to replace this gasket if your appliance is...
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Flange Gasket - Fiber – Part Number: WC03X10008
Flange Gasket - Fiber
PartSelect #: PS6883604
Manufacturer #: WC03X10008
This item is sold individually. The fiber sink flange gasket works with your food waste disposer. This part creates a seal that prevents any water from leaking. It is positioned between the sink flang...
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SUPPORT RING – Part Number: WC05X10002
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PartSelect #: PS7783352
Manufacturer #: WC05X10002
This support ring, also known as mounting ring, is a genuine OEM replacement part for use in food waste disposers. It is a circular plastic piece with an outer diameter of 4.75 inches. It is found ins...
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DISPOSER DRAIN ELBOW KIT – Part Number: WC14X20160
DISPOSER DRAIN ELBOW KIT
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PartSelect #: PS12722851
Manufacturer #: WC14X20160
This is an elbow outlet and gasket for a food waste disposer or garbage disposer. This part connects the disposer to the drain pipe in your home. If you notice a blockage or a leak, you may need to re...
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SEAL - ELBOW OUTLET – Part Number: WC03X10009
SEAL - ELBOW OUTLET
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Manufacturer #: WC03X10009
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OUTLET FLANGE & SCREWS – Part Number: WC14X10006
OUTLET FLANGE & SCREWS
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Manufacturer #: WC14X10006
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PM MANUAL USE & CARE – Part Number: 49-5903
PM MANUAL USE & CARE
PartSelect #: PS8766637
Manufacturer #: 49-5903
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Wayne
December 4, 2019
How do you unjam the garbage disposal?
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Hi Wayne, Thank you for your question. If your garbage disposal is jammed, first unplug it from the electrical outlet or turn the circuit breaker off. Before performing this repair turn the garbage disposal on to make sure there is no power to it. Then check the bottom of the disposal for a hex-shaped hole. Insert a 1/4 inch hex wrench into the hole and force it back and forth a few times to free the impellers. Some models may have a reversing switch that will do the same thing. If your disposal does not have a hex hole or you cannot find a hex wrench, put a short broom stick into the disposal. With the with the power disconnected, force it down against one of the blades, and try to rotate the impeller back and forth. If there is an obstruction causing the jam, use a pair of tongs to remove it. NEVER use your hands to remove the object. In some situations, you may have to remove the garbage disposal to remove the jam. For information on how to remove/install your disposal, please refer to your owner's manual. Here is a link from our website that you may use to reference it, https://partselectcom.azureedge.net/assets/manuals/6E8F06EED21BBD769404B6E904503F91EF55814A.pdf. I hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day!

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Common Symptoms of the GFC320V

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Deteriating splash guard
The splash guard for the disposer was deteriorating and kept falling into the disposer and getting chewed up making it even less reliable. I purchased two different 'universal' splash guards at the hardware store. Neither of them fit. I finally crawled under the sink with my eyeglasses and a flash light to find the model number. I searched for the model number on part select and received veery quickly. I just popped it in (less than a minute) and now everything is wonderful. Don't buy a new disposer (my wife wanted me to) buy the replacement part that is giving you trouble at PartSelect!
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Splash Guard
  • Brian from North Charleston, SC
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
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Splash guard was worn out
Purchased new one and just put into the hole.
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  • Phyllis from Avon, MN
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
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Lost or misplaced splash guard
What a snap just push it in and all is OK. Tried the generic one from Lowes didn,t work. This was great and cheap including shiping charge.
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  • Roger from Star City, WV
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    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
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