Part # SPX0715D
Dimensions 6.375" L x 6.375" W x 0.35" D
Alternate Part #'s O-322, 90-423-1322, APCO2147, HAY-061-3197, HAYSPX0715D
Generic Valve Seat Spider Gasket Replacement for Select Hayward VariFlo Multiport Valves and Others, SPX0715D
6-1/4" OD, 5 Spokes, Generic
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Will this fit a Hayward pro series s220t
Hi Roy, The valve used on the Hayward S220T sand filter is the SP0714T valve and this spider gasket does not work on the SP0714T valve. For the SP0714T valve the spider gasket is only available with the Diverter Assembly with Glued in Spider Gasket.
Will this gasket replace the one on a S180T valve? Thanks.
Marty - No this gasket will not work on the multiport valve, SP0714T, used on a S180T filter. For the SP0714T valve the spider gasket is only available with the Diverter Assembly with Glued in Spider Gasket. The gasket is not sold separately.
If a piece of the gasket is worn away will it cause it to leak in filter mode?
Tony, Yes, a damaged spider gasket will cause the valve to leak from the waste port while set to the filter position.
Is this glued in? I had replaced it some years back and I seem to remember being told to superglue it in, but am not sure and want to be ready for when I open her up. I have the Hayward Vari-Flo Multi-Port Valve SP0715 (was SP71) assembly (top is cracked, so I need to replace both).
Hello Al, There is no way to know definitively if your gasket is glued in or not until you begin to remove the spider gasket. If you need additional assistance, here is a link to the How to Replace a Spider Gasket on a Multiport Valve instructional video.
Less than 1 hr
Screwdriver, Wrench Set
Less than 1 hr
Screwdriver, Fingers to coat seal with magic lube
Unscrewed the Vari-Flo valve, moving to the unlock position. Used a screwdriver to pick out the old gasket, removing any stuck on pieces of gasket. After thoroughly cleaning the area I used magic lube to coat the gasket before replacing into position. The valve cap was then placed back in position competing the job.