Part # 261177
Dimensions 16" L x 7" W x 10.5" D
Alternate Part #'s 26-102-1005, PAC-06-233, PEN261177
MULTIPORT Backwash Valves for D.E. and High-Rate Sand Filters
These 1 1/2 inch Side Mount MULTIPORT Valves, available in threaded or socket ports, are rated at 100 GPM to accommodate most installations. The 2 inch side-mount MPV is rated at 125 GPM. Top mount valves are available in 1 1/2 inch 8-position or 2 inch 6-position. All MULTIPORT valves are constructed of molded ABS material with heavy-duty plastic handles and are 100% factory tested.
Additional features include:
100 GPM (1 1/2 inch side mount)
125 GPM (2 inch side mount)
8-position (1 1/2 inch top mount)
Durable lever action handle for simple operation
Water-resistant rotor for long life
Threaded or socket ports to fit variety of D.E. or sand filters
Sight glass included
100% factory tested
* The following valves are used with Pentair DE filters
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.
So, maybe. I only need to change the top of the valve instead the whole valve..
Do you have the top of the 261177 Multiport? If yes, please stated price & shipping conditions to Puerto Rico.
I am looking for the top part of a valve. It is the part that has the different options on it like backwash and rinse. It is for a Pentair 8 position multi-port valve and has a label # 96734200.
The top lid part number for your valve is part number 4659-25d and the handle is 4659-21c. These do not come together pre assembled unfortunately.
My multi port valve is leaking, and I think I need to replace the spider gasket. What is the part # for the spider gasket for this valve? Thanks!
Less than 1 hr
Large crescent wrench to loosen the old unions
I unscrewed the two unions attached to the tank. Instead of cutting the existing pipe, I managed to unscrew the valve assembly off. Instead of using teflon tape, which cracked the old valve assembly, I used the liquid teflon, which sealed everything perfectly without putting stress on the valve assembly. After screwing the valve assembly onto the existing pipe, i inserted the assembly into the tank and hand-screwed the two unions. It all worked (thankfully) without a hitch.