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Thread: Identifing Multiport?

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    Identifing Multiport?

    I need to replace the multi-port valve on my filter as it's cracked in a couple places and the previous owner apparently JB welded it a couple of times. I looked around it pretty thoroughly and only found a single number on it...but part of it is covered over by the afore mentioned JB weld.

    How do I go about identifing it so I can order a replacement. Info I do have.

    Make: Hayward
    Flow info; 60GPM, 50PSI
    Number partially covered over; SP-0711-A1[JB weld starts here]

    Other then "Top" and "Bottom" and the information on the tag as to placement and effect of the handle I didn't see any other markings.

    Any help appreciated.

    Thanks,

    ~Matt
    15K gal, IG vinyl, Sand Hayward, Hayward Pump single speed, Install 2004, TF-100, city water.

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    Re: Identifing Multiport?

    I'm not 100% certain, but (Amazon link ->) this valve appears to be the current Hayward valve part that will replace valve SP0711 which I think is an obsolete part number.

    Does this look the same as your current valve?

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    - Pool Type: 15k Gal Gunite IG non-SWG / Built 1988
    - Pump: Pentair Challenger / Sweep Pump: Letro Model LA01N .75HP Single-speed / 6 hrs-day (1 turnover)
    - D.E. Filter: OEM: Nautilus (Pentair) #NS 36 / 36 Sq Ft / D.E. Charge: 3.6 Lb
    - Pentair 4-wheel Sweep LL505G - Booster Pump runs ~2 hrs/day

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    Re: Identifing Multiport?

    Hmm, not really. Ports appear to be stacked on top of each other rather then staggered as shown.

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    15K gal, IG vinyl, Sand Hayward, Hayward Pump single speed, Install 2004, TF-100, city water.

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    Re: Identifing Multiport?

    I think that Scoop is correct. The Hayward SP0714T is the model that replaced your model. It should work.
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