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    Hole In Filter by Laterals

    I have a Hayward e-series high rate sand filter. I have recently been getting sand into my pool, so I decided to replace the sand. Glad I decided to, there is a hold in the bottom where the laterals screw in to. I don't know what part this is, could anyone help me out please? Also where would I get it and it seems like the pipe coming into the white piece is glued in, how would I get that off? Thank you all so much in advance!!!
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    San Dimas, CA (LA County)

    Re: Hole In Filter by Laterals

    I'd call it a manifold, but Hayward calls it "Lateral Assembly with Center Pipe" and yes, the verticle pipe is part of it. Here's a manual for one that looks like yours. Page 2. Check your model number, then get the part number, and google that. Plenty of online parts places will have it, I'm sure.
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    Re: Hole In Filter by Laterals

    Just ordered a new one for about $60, much better than it could have been. Thank you for your help!!!

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