Part # 4810-44A
Manufacturer Code SP0715XR50
Alternate Part #'s 27516-204-000, SP0715XR50, SP715XR50, 26-150-1510
Hayward Vari-Flo XL multiport control valve, made of our exclusive PermaGlass XL™ material and engineered for maximum flow at lower pressure drops will be the choice in multiport valves. It will retrofit any filter that has an SP071113 valve that needs replacement and upgrading.
All Vari-Flo control valves feature an easy-to-use lever action handle that lets you "dial" up to six valve/filter functions: filter, backwash, waste, rinse, closed or recirculate. Complete with an integral sight glass that lets you see when the backwashing cycle is completed, our wide selection of valve configurations allows you to match the right Vari-Flo valve to the proper application; residential, commercial, top-mount or side mount.
Vari-Flo Control Valve Functions
* The following valves are used with the Hayward Micro-Clear and Pro-Grid DE filters.
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Do you have a date when Valve SP715xr50 might be shipped? Thank you, Tom
Thank you for contacting Inyo Pools, It is currently out of stock with no backorder date available at this time.
I have a hayward vari flo valve. Thought the part # was:
I see on your site a
Is this the same or what is the difference?
Hi David, so the Hayward Vari Flo multiport model number SP715XR50 and model number SPO715XR50 are actually the same. Many of these pool products have multiple alternate part numbers.
I just need the top to this unit, because the handle just won't turn. It;s old and the plastic while o-ring inside has broken so it won't turn. I was thinking just to replace the entire top part with the handle included. Can I get just that piece?
The pool slowly drains. The only thing I can think of is the multi valve is allowing water to pass by. I have replaced the spider gasket and it did not fix the leak. I am thinking of replacing the entire SP715XR50 assembly. Before I do that is there a different part I should try to replace in the valve? Should I try replacing the gasket again? I super glued the gasket, the old one looked to be in good condition. Looking for any other options before I unnecessarily replace the entire valve.
A pool will naturally loose approximately an inch to an inch and a half of water per week in a dryer climate due to evaporation, but there are many reasons as to what can cause a leak other than that. If you have checked all of your return jets, skimmer, and equipment for bad seals or parts then you may want to have a leak detection team come to inspect your pool and system.
I need to replace a Hayward SP-715 Vari-Flo Multiport valve after 42 years of service because of leaks. It is a side mount. My filter is a Baker-Hydro HRV 27 sand filter. Will the 4810-44A filter be the correct replacement for the old filter?
Hi. The handle on my Hayward Vari-flow SP0715XR50 just broke off of the Key and Stem assembly inside the sealed valve. Is it possible to just replace the Key and Stem assembly? And if so, which gaskets etc should I also replace during this repair? Thanks for your time and expert advice.
I have a hayward variflo valve 715xr50. Can you tell me what go kit to use for replacement parts.
What is the part # for the input/output port O-ring gasket?
(4 out of 5 stars) very timely service and delivery
Reviewed By: frisco bud from Kingman, AZ ()
no instructions came with the product on how to use this product such as always turning the handle c wise , or it will damage the gasket, if turning counter clock wise, or turning while pump is running.i am sure this is not your doing as the manufacture should have included that in the box.
(3 out of 5 stars) Not great design
Reviewed By: Christopher L. from Trenton, NJ ()
Pros: Does the job.
Cons: Bad design on spacing of connections.
Replacement for a 1.5 inch model I had. My problem with the 2" is that there are very few ways to put it together with unions. There is not enough space between the supply and return to fit a union in it. Therefore you must screw in at least one of the fittings and permanently glue in the pipe. This makes any correction (for example a slight leak because it needs an additional 1/8 turn) very difficult.