Part # 25913-204-850
Manufacturer Code 4720
Dimensions 4.5" L x 2.4375" W x 2.25" D
Alternate Part #'s CMP25913-204-850, CMP25913204850
Generic replacement diverter for the Jandy Neverlube valve. Replaces Jandy part number 4720.
Manufactured by Custom Molded Products and also fits their HydroSeal CPVC diverter valves.
Includes o-rings. DOES NOT INCLUDE 1/8" RED PLUG!
Commonly Used On:
Would this work for a 2-way handy space saver valve? I didn’t see a more specific part # on the valve or diverted assy.
Small leak at this diverter, would this cause a the suction to be decreased at skimmer?
Hello Rosita. If the small leak you are referring to is on a suction side valve then it is possible that suction would be reduced at the skimmer. The other obvious symptom, in that case, would be air bubbles coming out of the return jets. If you are observing water coming out of the top of the valve, then the valve is on the pressure side of the pump and would not be related to a loss of suction at the skimmer. Other possibilities include: A dirty filter - this would cause resistance to water flowing back to the pool which would impact the suction at the skimmer. The pump's impeller is partially clogged or clogged. The valve controlling water flow from the skimmer has been altered. The pump basket is dirty - this would have a negative effect on the pump's ability to move water.
Any chance this diverter could be used to replace the "bottom diverter assembly (black)" of a Jandy 8034J Neverlube valve?
Hi, Bruce. This is the same Diverter used with the Jandy Neverlube Backwash Valve - 8034J.
have jandy 2 way diverter valve the grease fitting broke off the valve is not leaking but is stiff to turn and must turn off the pump to turn easily. Would the generic diverter work in this valve and is there a plug for the grease valve. See the photo attached. Thank you
How do I know what model Jandy diverter valve I need? All it says is Jandy Never Lube Valve. I don't see a part number.
If you click here you will be directed to the neverlube parts diagram and key number 10(1st and last) are the options for your valve diverter parts. Also if you are referring to the complete valve please click here to view your options for the complete neverlube valves. The number of ports and the diameter of the plumbing going into them determines which one that you need.
I don’t know where to find the part number for my Jandy valve and what size diverter I need I know that 2” pvc sch 40 is glued directly into it and it is gray with lube fitting
Hi Shawqi, Based on the information you provided this would be the correct replacement diverter for your valve.
How can I tell which Jandy diverter I have?
I need a repair kit for a 3-port 1-1/2" Jandy valve. The valve is marked SPACE SAVER JANDY VALVE and the only number on it is a patent #4,601.307
Will your kit work for me?
Will this fit with the grid controls v3000? A inyopools rep tagged this part as a compatible part but it's not referenced on the details.
Jody, This will only fit the Jandy and HydroSeal valves. Unfortunately, this will not fit your application.
What is the purpose and location for the RED PLUG? I have a grey Jandy and wish to replace the diverter to a NEVER LUBE type in the existing grey housing.
Bob, The purpose and location of the red plug on a Jandy valve is to cap off the grease cap for the non-positive valve if you're going to use the never lube diverter. You can replace your current non-positive diverter with the never lube diverter assy.
my diverter is a "DIV-20" is there a generic? How much?
Less than 1 hr
Less than 1 hr
Screwdriver, silicon lube for the o-rings.
1. I searched the problem on Inyo's website. Comments and video's I found there directed me to a solution. The divertor assembly in the control valve was worn and leaking.
2. Ordered the generic replacement from Inyo- it arrived on time and as-described. Followed the video installation instructions without a hitch. I do suggest taking pictures of the assembly and insert position as you dissasemble the valve- makes re-assembly a breeze.
3. Spa water level is now stable- mission accomplished!
(5 out of 5 stars) Neverlube Jandy replacement Valve
Reviewed By: Fred from Florida ()
Pros: Price, detailed drawings, instructions, chat process with quick answers
Great price, almost half of what pool store wanted. Great information on the site with detailed drawings and parts list as well as installation instructions. I have been living with a spa/pool water level problem for months and was able to fix it for $30 and 15 minutes of my time.
(5 out of 5 stars) Generic means it's the same Part!
Reviewed By: Captron from Joplin, MO ()
Pros: Same Specifications
Generic only means you are not paying for a name! It is by specifications the same only better on the wallet! Replace your next Diverter with Generic!