Part # WC112-148
Alternate Part #'s 261186
Multiport Valve - please note this valve is being replaced by Pentair model 261186. If ordered, Pentair model may be shipped as substitute. THE REPLACEMENT VALVE WILL HAVE TO BE RE-PLUMBED, NOT THE SAME PORT ARRANGEMENTS AND DOESN'T HAVE UNION CONNECTIONS!!
Looking to replace the valve for a T210WF model the back wash connection is crack and filter is not working well do you hava a replacement for this valve.
Yes, that would be the correct valve for that filter model.
I have a 200 lb. sand filter. Looking for replacement top valve. Model # T-210WF-H. Was installed in 2008. What can be used? Thanks!
The WC112-148 is the valve that was included with the T-210WF-H sand filter although this valve was discontinued by the manufacturer. The replacement for this valve is the Pentair 261186 (4600-1186) which has a slightly different port configuration meaning that you may have re-plumbing if you are using rigid PVC pipe.
Whats the size of mounting flange?
The mounting flange which connects to the filter is 8"
I have a STA-RITE T-200BP-1. Will this fit?
Hi Sean, yes this valve is the correct valve for the Sta Rite Cristal Flo T-200BP-1 filter.
I'm looking for a replacement valve and associated parts for an Aqua Tools Hi-Rate 300 lbs Sand Filter AT 3124.
Hi Terry, You can find the replacement valve and part for your Aqua Tool AT3124 Sand Filter via Aqua Tools Sand Parts Diagram.
Piggybacking off Michael's question below do you just need male adapters if your hoses have female ends?
Will this valve work on my sta-rite sand filter, T180 WF-H
Hi Michael when you order this valve you will receive the 261186 valve as the WC112-148 was discontinued and replaced by the 261186. The 261186 valve will work on your T180 WF-H Sta-Rite Waterford filter however the ports on the valve are not in the exact same location so some re-plumbing is required.
I want to order the Sta-rite multiport valve WC112-148. Is it for a 1 1/2" tubing?
Hello Dennis - The WC112-148 is no longer available. It has been replaced by the Pentair 261186 (4600-1186). This valve is designed for 1-1/2" pvc piping.
I need parts for my filter valve. When I look at the filter parts breakdown, it gives me different choices. How do I know which one is the one I need?
In order to locate the correct parts we will need to know the model number of the filter valve. Two identical filters can have two different valves. Typically the valve model will be located on the label of the valve. If there is no model number on the valve, you can try to see if there are any part numbers on the valve itself. Once you've located you valve model you can check out our >Filter Valve Parts.