Part # 4860-004
Manufacturer Code 22358
Dimensions 12" L x 8.5" W x 9" D
Alternate Part #'s 066110200, 06611R0200, 06611R0201, 22358, 26-250-1000, AST22358
Multiport Valve, Top Mount 1-1/2" - 22358
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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.
when I backwash the water comes out the backwash and the pool outlet what is causing this thank you in advance
Your issue would be a result of a bad spider gasket. If you let us know which filter you have then we could suggest the proper spider gasket.
I changed the sand but after turning on the filter system sand is settling on the floor of my inground pool. Do i need to replace the multi port? I am a newbie and the pool is at least 10 years old.
Hi Bree, I would suggest taking a look at our article on Getting Sand Back in My Pool as it will walk you through common troubleshooting tips to help you figure which item needs to repaired or replaced. In general new sand has alot of finer particles that pass through the filter and back into the pool. This will decrease as the sand settles down. Also with new sand you want to make sure you do not overfill your tank, so you will want to make sure you added the proper amount of lbs. of sand as indicated on your filter label, if you exceed this amount you could get sand back in the pool.
I think I need a new spider gasket but before I take apart my multiport valve (Astral 22358 ) I was hoping you could tell me something so I don't screw up. How do I know what position the value lid needs to be in? I see an arrow on the lid but no marking on the body. Is there another way to know? Thank you!
Mark, Before taking the valve apart, I would recommend marking the top and bottom with a marker or tape so that you will know how to re-install it correctly.
(5 out of 5 stars) perfect replacement part
Reviewed By: James H. from boston,MA ()
Pros: cost and exact fit
I needed a new valve for my 15 year old proline system. did not want to replace entire filter because of $$ and it would mean replumbing the entire set up. This valve was a drop in replacement. 30 minutes later, the filter was up an running. Sweet!!
(5 out of 5 stars) Fit perfectly
Reviewed By: Cherie L. from Jacksonville, NC ()
Pros: Easy to replace
Cons: Need instructions included with replacement part
We searched for a replacement part at many sites but luckily we found it here. After taking the old one off we did discover that is was the gasket that had eroded after 10+ years. Not only do we have a complete filter system now but also have a spare. Just so glad we could still find the parts!
(5 out of 5 stars) Easy to replace on the filter also good service
Reviewed By: Barbara S. from Farmington, NY ()
the valve cover solved all my leaking problems and was easy to order with no hassles and fast delivery. customer service rep was completely helpful and courteous in placing my order