Part # 4701-10
Manufacturer Code O-322
Dimensions 6.39" X 0.75"
Alternate Part #'s 51018600, AMP0611111, HAY0613197, O-322, O322, SP-715-D, SP715D, SPX0715D, SPX715D, WC2022, 90-423-1322, ALDO-322-0, APCO2147, SPG-601-1155
5-spoke spider gasket used in the Hayward 2" Multiport Valves SP715 & SP716 and Sta Rite Side Mount Valve WC212.
Outside diameter 6-5/16"
Inside diameter (center hole) 3/4"
Frequently Bought with Spider Gaskets
RTV Silicone 6558-0 (for gluing gasket into the valve)
Will replacing valve seat gasket stop the leak going to the waste/backwash line?
Will this work with a Hayward Multiport valve, Model SP715A50, 2"
That is the correct spider gasket for a SP715 model Multi-port Valve. There is also a kit that would include a new o-ring for the lid of the valve as well as the spider gasket - part number APCK1034. As long as you have the lid off, it may be a good time to replace that o-ring as well.
I have a starite valve with wc212-94 on it. The measurements seem to match this spider gasket. Can you confirm the proper spider gasket for this valve. Thanks
Will this spider gasket (4701-10) fit my StaRite valve with mod. No. WC 112-147?
What model of Sta Rite valve do you have? Is there a part number on the valve? If not, what model is the filter? And if you don't have any of that information you can send me a picture of the filter and I can identify it for you.
1 to 2 hrs
The section where you turn the handle to filter/backwash/etc was leaking. I used a socket set to take off the handle part so I could get to the gasket. Unfortunately the gasket was underwater so it would have been immpossible to scrape it off (it was glued on) and silicon a new gasket on. I ended up massaging the original gasket back in to place and haven't had an issue since. The quality of the new gasket and silicon was very good - on par with OEM specs but, sadly, I couldn't use it.