Part # 4700-02X
Manufacturer Code E-2-S1
Dimensions 2.06" L x 0.3" W x 0.3" D
Alternate Part #'s 1117, 14426308R, 14971SM10E2, 2603102012, 271164, E2S1, HAY0612111, SP710XZ7, SPX0710XZ7, SPX710XZ7, WC3058
Replacement Handle Pin for Hayward SP0714T Valve
This is the replacement handle pin for the Hayward SP0714T Valve. This is the pin which secures your valve handle, this is the pin only and not the valve handle.
Easy Homeowner Installation
Commonly Used On
on a splash pak sand filter ss160 how do I remove the pin on the dial valve handle.
Hi, Peter M. The valve model is required in order to provide you with the proper instructions.
I have the same problem as Greg in July of 2017, where the handle does not sit properly and the backwash tub leaks. Which washer is it exactly that I would need?
Hi, Jimmy. You will need to check your valve to confirm that the Nylon non-metallic Bearing is intact. If its not, it will need to be replaced based on the model of your valve.
Hi, I have some plastic pieces that have dislodged from the handle that is stopping the handle correctly closing in the selected position and water is leaking down the backwash pipe. Does the pin do anything else than hold the handle in place? I'm thinking if I remove the pin, remove the handle then remove the obstacles, the pin should simply reattach through the handle without issue. Am I correct??? Thanks
Hi, Greg. It sounds like the washer has broken and would need to be replaced. To replace the washer you would need to remove the pin from the handle.
What are the dimensions of this pin for the handle of the multiport. Are there two pins in the handle. I have a pin coming out one side and am not sure if it broke in the middle inside handle or were there two? One coming out each side of the handle?
Hi, Jude. This Pin is .3" x 2.06" and only one pin is required.