Part # 4702-02
Manufacturer Code SPX0740BA
Dimensions 8" L x 8" W x 8" D
Alternate Part #'s SP740BA, SPX0740BA, SPX740BA, 27-150-2022, HAY-061-2651, HAYSPX0740BA
Cover And Handle Assembly - SPX0740BA
will this work to replace sp740de
Hello Steve. The Cover And Handle Assembly - SPX0740BA is a drop-in Key Cover and Handle Assembly for the Hayward Selecta-Flo Multiport valve model SP740DE. It is recommended that the Cover O-ring and Valve Seat Gasket be replaced concurrent with the SPX0740BA. The Selecta-Flo MPV 2" (D.E.) - SP0740DE is the complete valve assembly.
Does this include the spider gasket in this assembly. You have two conflicting answers. One answer says it does and another question say it does not. I don’t want to purchase this assembly with out the spider gasket factory glued.
Hi, how does this install? Is it literally just the top screws and drop-in or additional steps? Thanks
Hi. This is a simple install, see our How to Replace a Hayward Key Cover & Handle Assembly for the steps.
Is this compatable with my Hayward Multiport valve? My valve shows SP740DE. (no other letters) Thanks!
Also, if you could also let me know the correct part number for the spider gasket.
Is this compatible with valve SP0710220. No BA at end of sticker on top of valve.
dimensions from outside to outside of the key-handle are approx. 8" the only numbers I have are on the inside stamped 43D141 and the filter sand system is S244T2, will this fit? two times I have sent back from other dealers and we have no pool service where we live. - boondocks
Does the spx0740ba assembly replace sp0710220 part. It looks the same in picture but want to make sure
What all does this item include? Does it include the spider gasket, cover O-ring, spring, seals, handle, pin, etc.?
This one does include everything. It has the gasket glued onto the diverter already and does have the cover o-ring. The only thing not included is the cover screws and they rarely need replacing.
1 to 2 hrs
Turned off pump, removed all screws from the assembly.
Cleaned out valve body, prepared new assembly and added a little lube to spider gasket and set new assembly in proper position. Tightened screws in proper sequence
a little at a time. Easy swap out.
Less than 1 hr
Screwdriver, Gasket lubricant
Unbolted the valve, set the screws to the side. Once it was off I cleaned the area and lubricated all gaskets, and install the new valve. Set all the screws, and tighten them in a start patter for proper seal. And bam. It was done.
(5 out of 5 stars) Easy to install
Reviewed By: froggy47 from San Diego, CA ()
Pros: ez install
Cons: pricy - what isn't on a pool?
I should have fixed this leak months ago. It was easy to install, unscrew 8 bolts/nuts (don't drop them & lose them) remove old top end, clean inside the shell so no grit gets on the o rings, drop in replacement (put handle 1/2 way between any 2 positions - to raise the o rings) replace 8 nuta/bolts. DONE. I made a VIDEO on the install on YouTube. Go to Froggy's Garage & search my videos using pool equipment diverter.
(5 out of 5 stars) Great Replacement Part
Reviewed By: David from Plano, TX ()
Pros: Original part, fast shipping
This is an OEM part and was the perfect replacement. I came complete with the spider gasket and o-ring. Installation was a breeze. Shipping was great - arrived fast.