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InSinkErator

Model # BADGER 1

Internet # 100036481

Store SO SKU # 1000310591

Badger 1, 1/3 HP Continuous Feed Garbage Disposal

$84.96 /each
  • Replacement is easy with the Quick Lock sink mount
  • 1/3 HP Dura-Drive heavy duty induction motor
  • Galvanized steel construction for dependability

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Product Overview

The InSinkErator Badger 1 Continuous Feed Garbage Disposal 1/3 HP features a quick-mounting system that allows for easy installation or replacement. This sturdy garbage Disposal is constructed from galvanized steel and features a 26 oz. chamber for space-saving waste disposal. The garbage Disposal also features a 1/3 HP motor that rapidly grinds food waste for easy rinsing down the drain.

  • Offers a 1/3 HP Dura-Drive induction motor for long life
  • Quick Lock sink mount allows for easy installation and disposer replcement
  • 1-year We Come To You In-Home service warranty covers repair or replacement by an authorized dealer
  • Power cord is sold separately for installations where a power outlet is present, most installations are direct wired and do not use a power cord
  • Made in the U.S.A.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
6.3125 
Product Height (in.) 
11.375 
Product Length (in.) 
6.3125 in 
Product Width (in.) 
6.3125 in 

Details

Dishwasher drain connection 
Yes 
Disposer Feed 
Continuous Feed 
Energy Consumption (kWh/year) 
Grind chamber capacity (oz.) 
26 
Grinding Speed (RPM) 
1725 
Horsepower (hp) 
1/3 hp 
Kitchen Product Type 
Disposal 
Noise insulation 
No 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Stainless steel grind chamber 
No 
Voltage (volts) 
120 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 Year parts and in home service 

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Garbage disposal only hums when I hit the reset button

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January 11, 2014
My in sink badger garbage disposal only hums when I hit the reset button for a few short seconds then goes out again. Do I need to re[lace my current unit, or is their anything else that I can try to do to get it to work again.
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January 23, 2014
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Sounds like you have something stuck in the grinder plate. You should have a hex wrench that fits in a socket on the bottom of the disposer. be sure the disposer is turned off and insert the wrench into the socket and see if you can turn the wrench. If not, you probably have something stuck in the plate.
Use a flashlight and look into the throat of the disposer to see if a bone, spoon or other item is Read More
Sounds like you have something stuck in the grinder plate. You should have a hex wrench that fits in a socket on the bottom of the disposer. be sure the disposer is turned off and insert the wrench into the socket and see if you can turn the wrench. If not, you probably have something stuck in the plate.
Use a flashlight and look into the throat of the disposer to see if a bone, spoon or other item is stuck. If there is, turn off he power to the disposer and then carefully see if you can remove the item. You may need to use a needle nose pliers to do this. If it's a bone fragment, try to use the wrench to move the grinder plate back and forth to dislodge the item.
If this fails, it seems that a call to your plumber or trusty handy man is in order. Read Less
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January 23, 2014
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MAKE SURE IT UNPLUGGED AND/OR TURN OFF THE CIRCUIT BREAKER!
Then see if you can find an obstruction inside. You can also try to spin it to free it up.
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January 13, 2014
Answer: 
Hi BC4648,
This is Jim with InSinkErator. I do apologize that your having problems with your disposer. You mentioned that the unit hums when you hit the reset button. If the unit is humming and not grinding, this could indicate that the unit is jammed. I am including some troubleshooting tips below that you can try to see if this resolves your issue.
Each InSinkErator disposer is shipped with a Read More
Hi BC4648,
This is Jim with InSinkErator. I do apologize that your having problems with your disposer. You mentioned that the unit hums when you hit the reset button. If the unit is humming and not grinding, this could indicate that the unit is jammed. I am including some troubleshooting tips below that you can try to see if this resolves your issue.
Each InSinkErator disposer is shipped with a self-service wrench. The wrench is silver colored, and shaped like a little crank, about four inches long. If you can not find the service wrench, you can use a standard 1/4 inch Allen wrench. If you do not have your self-service wrench, and would like one, please let us know and we would be happy to send it out at no charge.
1. Make certain that the disposer's switch is in the OFF position. Also, be sure the water is not running during the procedure.
2. Looking under the sink, locate the hole, dead center, at the bottom of the disposer.
3. Insert the self-service wrenchette (or ¼ inch Allen wrench –short end) into the hole.
4. While holding the wrench up in the hole, attempt to make a complete revolution. The wrench should turn freely in a complete revolution, both clockwise and counter-clockwise. If you meet resistance in either direction, work the wrench in a back and forth motion. You may use force if necessary. You will know you are applying too much force if the entire disposer begins to turn.
5. Once the wrench is turning freely in a complete revolution both ways, remove the wrench from the hole.
6. With power still OFF to the disposer, look down into the chamber from the sink hole opening. Hold the black flaps back and look down into the chamber from the sink hole opening with a flashlight. Look to see if you can see anything that that might still be binding the plate or that you might have dislodged. Do not put your hands into the chamber. Pay special attention to the area around the outer edge of the disposer's shredding disk. There is a small space between the "floor" (flat surface of the shredder disc) and the wall of the disposer. Follow the circumference of this ring, carefully checking the space, to see if you can locate anything that should not be there. If you locate something, use a pair of pliers or tongs to retrieve it. Again, do not put your hands inside the disposer.
7. Turn the faucet on and run water through for 15 – 20 seconds.
8. Turn the switch for the disposer to the on position to check if it is operating correctly.
If the steps outlinde do not resolve your issue, this could inidicate an issue with the disposer and it may need to be serviced or replaced. Please contact our AnswerLine at 800-558-5700 for further assistance and to check warranty status. Read Less
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January 13, 2014
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This sounds like there is something stuck inside the disposal. Turn off power to the unit or unplug, have someone with small hands reach in and check for blockages. Be careful to not cut yourself on whatever may be inside.
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I have a Badger 1 Model 1-56. What model can I replace it with?

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Ann Arbor, MI
June 10, 2013
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Rochester, NY, USA
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August 26, 2013
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If you want the same thing, a Badger 1. If you want more horsepower go up to a 5. All Insinkerator models use the same sink mount so if your's is still in good shape you can get any Insinkerator disposer you want, not just the Badgers. Look at the product size dimensions and compare to what you already have. It's the pipes underneath that made need length adjustment. If your Badger is really old and Read More
If you want the same thing, a Badger 1. If you want more horsepower go up to a 5. All Insinkerator models use the same sink mount so if your's is still in good shape you can get any Insinkerator disposer you want, not just the Badgers. Look at the product size dimensions and compare to what you already have. It's the pipes underneath that made need length adjustment. If your Badger is really old and rusted through, the disposer may break off instead of twist off and it may be impossible to replace only the disposer part. It's not that hard to replace the sink mount but it does take time and plumbers putty. Read Less
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July 22, 2013
Answer: 
Hello Jill,
Thank you for your question. All Badger models have the same plumbing dimensions. This will allow you to replace your current Badger 1 with any Badger model that is currently available quckly and easily. You if have any additional question, always feel free to call our Answer Line at 1-800-558-5700. Thank you again for your question and we hope this information is helpful to you.
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July 2, 2013
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I would strongly advise you to order another Badger 1. You can pay more for far less value.
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June 18, 2013
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Hello Jill and thank you for your question.
The Badger 1 1/3 HP Continuous Feed Garbage Disposal can be replaced with any model in the Badger 1 series rated for 1/3 or 1/2 hp as long as the plumbing connections are the same.
Best wishes on your project.
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I have a badger 1 \ 1/3 hp that is leaking at the very bottom of the unit it self / no leaks on the plumbing connections ...

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Can I replace it with the same new model badger 1 if it needs to be replaced ?
What if anything can I.do to stop the leaking through the unit ?
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If it's leaking, it needs to be replaced. You can replace it with the same model.
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June 24, 2014
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Hi George,
Thisi s Belle from InSinkErator Customer Service. I do apologize about your experience with our product.
If you have not already done so, please a bucket underneath the unit to catch any dripping that might occur. In addition, if your disposer has a cord and plug, please unplug it from the outlet at this time. If it is hardwired and has its own separate circuit, please shut off the power at Read More
Hi George,
Thisi s Belle from InSinkErator Customer Service. I do apologize about your experience with our product.
If you have not already done so, please a bucket underneath the unit to catch any dripping that might occur. In addition, if your disposer has a cord and plug, please unplug it from the outlet at this time. If it is hardwired and has its own separate circuit, please shut off the power at the circuit breaker. If it is hardwired and other items are on the same circuit as the disposer, make sure the on/off switch is in the off position. Power should remain off to the disposer and the receptacle underneath until the problem is resolved.
If the leak is not coming from any of the plumbing connections, the unit requires to be replaced. So that you do not have to modify your plumbing, you may replace your disposer with the same model, Badger 1. If you choose to upgrade, please check the specification sheet first of the model you prefer for the dimensions of the unit.
If you have any other questions or concerns, you may contact the AnswerLine at 1-800-558-5700. Thank you. Read Less
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From what you describe, it would appear that there is a manufacturer's defect in your unit. I would not take chances with the water coming out the bottom, but simply replace the unit. It will hook u the same as the current unit with wiring and drain connection. Be sure to read the installation instructions if you are connecting a dishwasher drain line to the disposer. There is a plug to remove in that Read More
From what you describe, it would appear that there is a manufacturer's defect in your unit. I would not take chances with the water coming out the bottom, but simply replace the unit. It will hook u the same as the current unit with wiring and drain connection. Be sure to read the installation instructions if you are connecting a dishwasher drain line to the disposer. There is a plug to remove in that connection. Read Less
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replaced diposal now dishwasher is flooded replaced with badger 1

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does upper pipe connected to dishwasher have to be punched or what
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Yes, you need to punch out the plug in the disposal for the dishwasher to drain. You'll need to use some force to get the plug removed...aka hitting a screwdriver with a hammer. Otherwise, the water will backup into your dishwasher.
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Is the dishwasher drain hose going into the garbage disposal higher than the disposal?
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April 17, 2014
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Hi debo,
I am Belle from InSinkErator Customer Service. Your disposer has a knock out plug in the dishwasher inlet tube. If you have your dishwasher connected to your disposer, you have to knock out the plug so that the dishwasher could drain through the disposer.
Please follow these steps to knock out the plug:
1. Disconnect electrical power at the fuse box or circuit breaker box.
2. Remove the
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Hi debo,
I am Belle from InSinkErator Customer Service. Your disposer has a knock out plug in the dishwasher inlet tube. If you have your dishwasher connected to your disposer, you have to knock out the plug so that the dishwasher could drain through the disposer.
Please follow these steps to knock out the plug:
1. Disconnect electrical power at the fuse box or circuit breaker box.
2. Remove the disposer from the sink per the instructions in your Installation Care and Use Manual.
3. Position the disposer on its side, on a protected floor or workbench, with the dishwasher inlet tube facing up.
4. Using a flat-head screwdriver, insert it into the dishwasher inlet tube so as to set the tip on the molded outer edge of the plug located at the end of the tube.
5. Take a hammer and tap the screwdriver all the way around this edge until the plastic plug breaks loose and falls into the disposer grind chamber.
6. Be sure to retrieve the plastic knockout plug from inside the grind chamber. Making sure power is still OFF to the disposer, turn it upside down and shake it out or, as a second option, shine a flashlight into the chamber, locate the plastic knockout plug, and use a long tongs or pliers through the top opening to pinch it and pull it out. Do NOT place your hands inside the disposer.
7. Reinstall the disposer per the instructions in your Installation Care and Use Manual.
If you have any other questions, you may contact the AnswerLine at 1-800-558-5700. Thanks. Read Less
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 1531 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Disposes of food waste with style and class! Our previous InSinkErator Badger 1 food waste disposer provided 14 years of daily use. After a distinguished career it finally retired. We chose to replace it with a new younger Badger 1 model. All of the connections were the same and made installation very easy. We are very pleased with the InSinkErator Badger 1 food waste disposer and highly recommend it. March 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great purchase #5 Replaced after 16 yrs. with the same product Badger1 . Blades finally bit the dust . Very easy to install. Will do again if needed . Highly recommend this disposal . July 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Badger 1 Quiet, easy install, works great would recommend this disposal to anyone. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product This was a replacement for my old Badger 1 which lasted 20 years. July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by As expected! The InSinkErator Badger 1, 1/3 HP continuous feed garbage disposal is Working effectively!!! Worth the price ! June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Just what I expected Extremely easy to install and so far I have no complaints. June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great Work likes a champ. Fit like glove. Easy to install June 8, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Really bad case material. Weak and corrosion prone material. Was installed when house was built. Noticed corrosion in vertical crack lines around the exterior of the grind chamber. Some of the crack lines have started to leak. There are several thin vertical cracks every few inches. They start as small cracks then corrode and leave rust ridges eventually leaking through several of the cracks. Have applied silicone as temp fix but other cracks have now started leaking. The case appears to be aluminum casting but it must be steel based and very thin because if has cracked in several places and the rust builds up on a mound on the exterior of the crack then it starts to leak. I nearly purchased another of the same brand at the home depot store but checked online and saw many low reviews for this product. I found a waste king on the home depot website for $30.00 less ($54.99) regular price. The Waste King has a 2 year in home warranty and a LIFETIME corrosion warranty. I then checked to see if this one also had a corrosion warranty. No this product did not seem to have a corrosion warranty so I ordered the Waste King. See the attached photos for the cracks. I have removed the heavy rust from several of the crack so I could apply silicone to stop the leaks until I can get a replacement. December 8, 2015
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