Part # 4664-05
By Custom Molded Products
Part # 4664-05
Manufacturer Code 25357-750-000
Dimensions 17" L x 14" W x 4.5" D
Alternate Part #'s CX3000C, HAY0518256, CMP25357750000
Manifold, Bottom Collector - CX3000C Replaced by CMP25357750000
I have a model C5520BHME Hayward Cartridge Pool Filter - I noticed a crack in the bottom manifold - Is this the correct part for me? what other items do I need to replace this part?
I have noticed more small fine debris in my pool. any advice on what to check?
Hello Bill. The Manifold, Bottom Collector - CX3000C is the correct bottom manifold for the Hayward SwimClear Cartridge Filter model C5520. The O-ring, Bulkhead (-5092-10b) - DEX360M (Outlet Elbow o-ring) should be replaced concurrent with the new manifold. A defective manifold and/or outlet elbow o-ring may result in fine particulate not being captured on the filter.
I need to replace the bottom manifold (see pic). Can you identify this part, do you have it? I also need the filters, pic enclosed.
Have a crack in the bottom manifold plate of my swim clear filter. Why should I replace it> Also not sure of my model #. The filters measure 7+ x 25-1/4" Thanks
Hi Dave, could you send us a few photos of the entire filter and provide the width and height of it as well? To supply photos simply click the reply link below and upload your photos or send them using our online chat feature for the quickest assistance. Once we get those photos we can make the proper recommendation.
How do you remove the old bottom manifold on a Hayward C 3000 cartridge pool filter and replace the same.?
Hi, Cecil. To remove the bottom manifold, you will have to remove the lower Pipe Assembly.
I have an old Hayward C4520BHMB filter. I need to find a replacement part for the bottom collector piece. Will the Manifold, Bottom Collector (cx3000c) be compatible with my filter housing? Thanks! Said H
I have a C 5025 Haward filter system on my 40' pool.
Recently I had a Mustard Algea problem. I handled the chemical addatives and was able to eleminate the algea. I vaquamed the pool floor and removed all the algea material. However, i noticed that some of the algea matter returned in the water back flow to the pool, and when the filter was turned off, it settled on the pool floor and formed a complete coating.
Any idea what has gone wrong?
Hi Norbert, The cartridges could be old allowing debris to pass straight through, the manifold could be broken or the air tube strainer could have a hole. Any one of these can allow debris to go back into the pool.
Is there a step by step pdf for replacing the manidold, bottom collector (CX3000C)? I am trying to determine the simplicity or complexity of doing myself.
Hi Dale, I ran across this Youtube Video on How to Replace a Hayward Bottom Collector Manifold, which you should find to be helpful on replacing this part..