Part # 9239-02
Manufacturer Code WC212-120P
Dimensions 3-1/8" L x 5/16" D
Alternate Part #'s 154689, 154691, 25357-154-000, 301052, 4600-4668, 4600-4689, 788379669393, 9239-02, PAC-051-2849, PAC0512849, WC212-120P, 17-102-2131
Air Relief Assembly by CMP for Sta-Rite - WC212-120P
Frequently Bought with this Air Relief Assembly
**Please note the Main picture is the new part, that is the part that you will receive if ordered**
Will this fit the old Sta-Rite T-100TX cartridge filter.
Hi Joe, the Air Relief Assembly (154689) will fit your T-100TX Sta-Rite Posi-Flo Stainless Cartridge filter.
your Sta-Rite Greeting,
Does this replace Sta Rite 154 689 Z air release valve? My DE filter Model is 51-01
What about the pressure Gauge I need to replace Part #33600-0023T which one you recommend?
Hello Alberto. Yes, the Air relief Assembly 154689 is the replacement for Sta-Rite 154689Z. Back Mount Pressure Gauge model# 4727-0 is compatible with air release valve 154689. Both items are replacement parts for your Sta-Rite DE Filter model DES 51-01. Back Mount Pressure Gauge 0-60 1/4" NPT REAR/BACK (102D-204D)
I received the air relief assembly but there is not a thumb screw for one of the holes. Is this supposed to go on the DE filter likes it is or is a piece missing?
The thumb screw broke off the old part.
I need the part in the small picture that shows the thumb shut off. Does the part 9239-02 come with that ?
We just bought a house with a hot tub in it and the system is a sta rite posiflow stainless filter and pump. The air relief assembly continues to drip, is there an o ring inside that needs to be replaced?
Hi Scott, You would have to replace the entire Air Relief Assembly, there isn't a replacement part # for the o-ring located inside of this assembly.
Less than 1 hr
channel lock pliers; teflon tape
Part of original Sta-Rite System 3 SM400 filter installed in 2004. The part number is in the owner's manual. I found it easily on the INYO Pools web site. It was delivered promptly. After shutting off power, I opened the air relief to release pressure, and used a channel lock to unscrew the whole assembly, including the adapter bushing. I then separated the air relief assembly from the adapter bushing, and removed the short brass nipple, and pressure gauge. I wrapped a new nipple with teflon tape, and reassembled the parts.
I kept my fingers crossed when I powered up the pump. No leak at all, of water or air! The knurled knob the the relief valve works easily and seals tight, with little effort. Even for the DIY challenged like me, this could not have been easier.
Less than 1 hr