Model # Badger 100

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Store SKU #793056

InSinkErator Badger 100 1/3 HP Continuous Feed Garbage Disposal


Badger 100 1/3 HP Continuous Feed Garbage Disposal

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  • 1/3 HP Dura-Drive heavy duty induction motor
  • 1-year In-Home limited warranty service
$89.96 / each
If you buy 3 or more
$73.59 / each
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Product Overview

Badger Food garbage disposals are a reliable and functional choice when affordability is the prime concern. Badger 100 features a 1/3-horsepower heavy-duty quiet Dura-Drive induction motor, rugged galvanized steel construction for disposer durability, and a space-saving compact design.

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Brand InSinkErator InSinkErator InSinkErator InSinkErator
Ratings (2060) (1258) (5807) (3321)
Disposer Feed Continuous Feed Continuous Feed Continuous Feed Continuous Feed
Horsepower (hp) 1/3 hp 1/3 hp 1/2 hp 1/2 hp
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Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Length (in.)
Product Width (in.)


Dishwasher drain connection
Disposer Feed
Continuous Feed
Energy Consumption (kWh/year)
Grind chamber capacity (oz.)
Grinding Speed (RPM)
Horsepower (hp)
1/3 hp
Kitchen Product Type
Noise insulation
Stainless steel grind chamber
Voltage (volts)

Warranty / Certifications

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

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Customer Questions & Answers

My badger would not spin, I only hear a hmmmmm sound coming from the disposal.

Asked by: Anonymous
If you have children around, there's probably a nickle, or possibly a small rock (etc), stuck between the blade and the housing. Speaking from personal experience here. I was able to remove the nickle by turning the shaft and pulling it out. For the rock, I had to remove the disposal and take it apart at the middle. It's not as hard as it sounds.
Answered by: Arcadia11
Date published: 2015-11-24

my disposal is leaking from the bottom > is this normal when it is bad, it works but leaks .

Asked by: jrs
mine did the same thing I replaced it
Answered by: Haskel
Date published: 2017-03-22

I have a dishwasher and were the dishwasher drain hose is there is a plug on the inlet to the badger. How is this removed?

Asked by: harley
I had to poke/stab it with a screw driver until it broke and pushed in, then reached in through the top of the disposal to grab it and pull it out. Make sure it is unplugged first!!
Answered by: Frank
Date published: 2017-03-14

Badger 100 is only 2 1/2 years old but oder is always so strong. How can I correct this?

I have cleaned with bleach and even tried wiping it clean with damp paper towels.
Asked by: Rosie
The disposal unit needs to be above the goose neck or P-trap so that gases will be blocked from septic system. You need to contact a local Plumber for an inspection. The unit comes with a plug top also that needs to be in place to block odors from the disposal as well when not in use.
Answered by: 1ProHandiman
Date published: 2016-12-28
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Customer Reviews

Badger 100 1/3 HP Continuous Feed Garbage Disposal is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 1256.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from InSinkErator Badger 100 1/3 HP Review This is use for a basement sink that gets a fair amout of use. I have installed the 900, 500 & 100 before. This is a great economical alternative to the 500 if you're not using it for heavy duty disposal and throwing bones down it every other day. If you are doing that, the get the 900. My kids use this sink often and all kinds of stuff end up in it. Its been about a month now, and its working perfectly. Would definitely recommend in a light duty situation or emergency replacement.
Date published: 2017-04-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fast, easyinstallation My new construction home had the same unit that had stopped working. I was amazed at how quickly and easily I was able to swap in the new unit and get it working in under 30 minutes, following the instructions. Two minor issues, with the second one attributed to installer error: 1. It does not come with a power cord, so you must use the one from the unit you are replacing. 2. Improve the instructions for knocking out the dishwasher drain plug. I forgot about that and ran the dishwasher, only to discover the dirty water at the dishwasher base. Thankfully, a quick tap with a hammer and screwdriver resolved the issue, and it's working perfectly.
Date published: 2017-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Oldie but a goodie I got a new kitchen sink and decided rather than keep my 20 year old Insinkerator, I'd get a new one. The mounting gasket was shot and it was getting loud. The quietness didn't really matter to me because I turn it on for like 10 seconds or so to drain the basin or maybe chop up some food scraps before loading the dishwasher. It's not like I run the thing for 30 minutes or so. Anyway, I bought a Badger 100 to replace the original Badger 1. Installed it in about 15 minutes, including the new mounting ring. Attached the dishwasher drain and hooked it up to the main drain plumbing and Voila! Done. And the Badger 100 is quieter than my old Badger 1. Win-Win!
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from If replacing an existing model badger 1 to badger 100 Replacing my existing insinkerator since it was old and rusted from the inside out. Eventually the old one froze up and needed to be replaced. The badger 100 was identical to the badger 1 so all the connections were a breeze. I had to buy a separate plug and wire it myself. Instructions were easy to wire as well as installation. It took no more than 45 mins to do. Now I got a quiet running garbage disposal again. All I had to do is twist off old unit and twist on new, attach connections and plug it in. No leaks. I am not a heavy user so it should last for many years. Thanks for keeping the same design as the old model.
Date published: 2017-05-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just installed my third one of these, First one the... Just installed my third one of these, First one the week we moved into thee house, second one 6 years 3 months later and now this one 6 years 5 months. Hoping to get the same usage out of this one that the other two have provided. I have tried the bigger one and get about the same number of years out of them before they start to leak so stopped paying the higher price for them. In my opinion the Badger 100 is just as good for a residential house as the more expensive models. Hopefully I will be around to install another one in 6 plus years. This is a great disposal, plenty of power to get the job done and you can not beat the price and dependability of Insinkerator.
Date published: 2017-07-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I purchased this disposal to replace a Badger 500 that had developed a leak at the red reset butt... I purchased this disposal to replace a Badger 500 that had developed a leak at the red reset button, which seems to be a common complaint. I decided to go with the Badger 100 this time around since spending more does not necessarily relate to longevity. The 1/3 HP Badger 100 model works for us because we limit what does down the disposal, we live in the country and have our own septic system. We don't grind bones and it only has to deal with light food scraps from pre-washing our dishes, etc. The 100 installed easily enough, much like its predecessor, just remember to have some plumber's putty or caulk on hand. It's been working fine for the past week and hopefully it will last several years.
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far, so good This unit has been satisfactory so far. I like it because it takes up less space under the sink than our old 1/2 HP unit. It is also quieter. Hopefully it will last longer than the old one. This review wanted me to rate quality, ease of installation and innovation. The quality seems good so far. Our old in-sink-erator started leaking around the seam where the motor met the grinding chamber. Time will tell if this one lasts longer than that one. The ease of installation was great, since the mounting hardware is the same. Innovation? How innovative does a disposer have to be?
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The ring on the neck of the unit was slightly too small and made it difficult to attached to the ... The ring on the neck of the unit was slightly too small and made it difficult to attached to the sink ring. After much frustration, I used the ring that was on the disposal unit which I replaced. But once installed, it worked very well. I have bought this brand multiple times and have always been happy except for this one. A quality-assurance issue on this one? However, I had noticed that there were several others on the shelf that appeared that they had been returned--maybe for the same reason. I also wish they would have provided a pre-wired cord, because taking the cord off of the old disposable was a big problem in this case because it had to be cut off of the old unit and wires re-stripped. If a new installation, a new cord would need to be bought.
Date published: 2017-03-28
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