Part # 4679-12
Manufacturer Code 14965-0028
Dimensions 5-1/2" x 4-3/8"
Alternate Part #'s 14965-0028, 149650028, 27-102-1322, PEN14965-0028, STA0615822
USED ON STA-RITE WC112-148 TOP MOUNT 1-1/2" VALVE GASKET NOT AVAILABLE SEPERATELY 4 SPOKE GASKET . 5-1/2" (ROTOR) ..... DIMENSIONS OUTSIDE DIAMETER: 5-5/16" (GASKET) CENTER HOLE INSIDE DIAMETER: 7/8" (GASKET) SPOKE THICKNESS: 3/16" (SIDE TO SIDE) OUTSIDE RING THICKNESS: 3/16" (SIDE TO SIDE) TOTAL HEIGHT: 4-1/4" (ROTOR) . 7/8" (ROTOR)
can you order the gasket separate? if so, what is part number?
Will this fit a T-210WF Sta- Rite filter?
Hi Patricia, A few different models of valves were used on the T-210WF filter, if you have the WC112 series valve (the valve should be marked with a model # on the label) then this is the correct part for your valve.
i have a T-240BP-1 sand filter and it leaks water in the filter position when running.will replacing thepump head key or rotor w/ gasket key part #14965-0028 solve my issue and is it compatiable part to fit my filter
Hi benny, yes this is the proper part and should fix the issue of water leaking in the filter position.
hi guys the spider gasket on my sta-rite multi-position valve (14965-0021) needs replacing. do I need to replace the whole rotor assembly?
many thanks Dave
Hi Dave, for the Pentair multiport valve model 14965-0021 this rotor does have to also be replaced.
My Sta-Rite Waterford H. R. Sand filter ISAL20F-06 is both leaking minimal water onto the Multiport Valve assembly AND putting considerable filter sand into my pool. My thoughts is that the Plug and Gasket 14965-0028 has gone bad and replacement will correct both problems. I ask for your Professional thoughts and any suggested additional parts that might be needed when replacing 14965-0028. I am assuming that all laterals are still intact at this time. Much thanks for your response
Yes normally this is a bad spider gasket which cuases sand back to the pool and this 14965-0028 diverter with spider gasket is what you will need for your JSAL20F-06 Filter.
I am looking for a spider gasket/flo valve gasket/ or seal diverter gasket for a Sta-Rite 14965-0021. Can you assist?
Yes you are able to use this 14965-0028 (27-102-1322) Rotor with gasket on that multiport valve
Is this gasket compatible with the Jacuzzi Aquamax 200 filter?
Hi Steve, Does your valve say DVK6 or DVK7 on it? Also, does it bolt-on or clamp onto your filter? Would it be possible to submit a close-up photo of the valve as well as a wide shot showing the complete filter? Simply click the reply link below to supply this information and then we will be able to make the proper suggestion.
Here are some pics. Can you provide part number for whole assembly? Thanks
Thanks for the photos Steve! One last question does your valve bolt on to the filter or clamp onto the filter?
My STA-RITE 14965-0021 multiport valve has this rotor/gasket combination, so I am asking here. I don't have any water leaking from or through the valve. But recently when the pump turns off, I can hear air leaking INTO the system around this valve. Previously the filter and plumbing were airtight. So when the pump started, there was no air in the system and the pump did not have to prime. Now it needs to prime. Will replacing this rotor/gasket fix the air leak? Or is another part needed?
Hi, Bruce. Since the pump is not priming, the issue will be on the suction side of your system. The filter is on the pressure side of your system which will assist your pump in priming by leasing any air trapped in the system.
I have a Sta-Rite T-240BP-1 Hi Rate Sand Filter. When in recirculate mode it pours water out the backwash pipe. Would this be the proper rotor/gasket to use for replacement with my particular brand of filter?
I have leaking into the waste port from my sand filter WC112-147. I suspect that I will need to replace the spider gasket. I don't see this as a stand alone piece to purchase. Is this available without the rotor? thanks
Unfortunately, the spider gasket is not sold separately for this valve.
Is this spider gasket what I need when I am replacing the port assy on sta rite t-210wf with port 261186?
Will this part fit a Sta-Rite 53185 filter?
We show this part as being for a Hayward slide valve SP410X. To further cross reference the parts for your filter you can call in to provide the filter model number and or send in images through our support request page. The model number you providsed boes not crossreference in our system not google.
I turned the rotor while the pump was running. There are no obvious breaks or cracks in any assembly. The only thing I observed was the yellow spider gasket seemed to have deterorated with pieces scattered about. Symptoms were the waste port was running a trickle of water when the valve was on filter. Looking for suggestions.
Hello John, If you have a trickle of water running out of your waste line while your pump is running on filter you need to replace that spider gasket piece. Rotor, W/gasket 4679-12 this type goes to a Sta Rite Multiport 1 1/2" WC112 Series.
I have an AquaTools valve, Model #WC112-147, WC112-148. Are AquaTools, Pentaire and Stay-Rite all the same? Will this part work for my model?
Hi Al, This part will work with your WC112 Series Valve. AquaTool and Sta-Rite have been acquired by Pentair.
Less than 1 hr
Screwdriver, Nut Drivers, Pliers, Hammer and pin
First I check chlorine and PH levels. Then I backwashed the filter and left it running all night long because it was not clear. I checked the filter rotor gasket and that was damaged. Changed the piece and it fixed the pool water in 12 hours.
Less than 1 hr
Screwdriver, Socket Set, Wrench Set, Hammer, nailset
1 Look at instructions on Inyopools.com.
2 Detach plumbing from multi port valve
3 Unbolt multi port valve by using a screw driver and C wrench or socket. Set aside bolts and nuts.
4 Lift valve off of filter
5 Photograph the position of the valve handle on top and corresponding rotor/gasket position on bottom for reference when reassembling.
6 Set the valve face up on a towel or other soft surface and depress the ring with your feet, which causes the spring on the rotor to compress and the handle to raise up.
7 Using a hammer and nailset, knock out the pin that holds the handle to the rotor post and set both aside, along with the washer that the handle rides on.
8 Flip the valve over, pull out the rotor with the spring and washers.
9 Transfer the spring and washers to the new rotor w/ gasket.
10 Insert the new part into the valve. Refer to your photograph.
11 Flip it back over, depress the valve again, and reconnect the handle—refer to your photo.
12 Reconnect it to the filter and plumbing.
(5 out of 5 stars) Rotor with spider gasket
Reviewed By: Robert H. from Buchanan,MI ()
Pros: Online help, speed of delivery and online instructions.
Ordered part on line and received it in approximately 4 days. I used the web site instructions to perform the removal of old part and installation of the new one. Everything fit correctly and the instructions were clear and accurate. I also had initially used online help desk and they told me what part I needed,part no.and web address to go right to the part I wanted to order. Very pleased with all aspects of this purchase.
(5 out of 5 stars) Easy to Install and Saved us $$$
Reviewed By: Erin F. from Mt. Pleasant, IA ()
Pros: Easy to install, saves money on replacement parts
Cons: Have to disassemble the top of the filter but it was worth it.
We had a leaky filter and the pool supply store said we needed to replace the entire top of the filter which would have cost over $150. We chatted with an Inyo Technician and he suggested replacing the gasket first. It was easy to install and saved us a lot of money! Thanks!