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InSinkErator

Model # Badger 500

Internet # 203144509

Store SKU # 795477

Badger 500-1/2 HP Continuous Feed Garbage Disposal

$99.96 /each
  • Replacement is easy with Quick-Lock sink mount
  • 1/2 HP heavy duty motor
  • 2-year In-Home limited warranty service

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Model # Badger 500

Internet # 203144509

Store SKU # 795477

Badger Food garbage disposals are a reliable and functional choice when affordability is the prime concern. Badger 500 features a 1/2-horsepower heavy-duty quiet Dura-Drive induction motor, rugged galvanized steel construction and a space-saving compact design.

  • Rugged galvanized steel construction for disposer durability
  • 2-year we come to you in-home service warranty from InSinkErator covers repair or replacement by an authorized dealer
  • Quick Lock sink mount allows for easy installation and disposer replacement
  • 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. and sold exclusively at The Home Depot

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
6.31 
Product Height (in.) 
12.63 
Product Length (in.) 
6.31 
Product Width (in.) 
6.31 
Details
Dishwasher drain connection 
Yes 
Disposer Feed 
Continuous Feed 
Energy Consumption (kWh/year) 
Grind chamber capacity (oz.) 
26 
Grinding Speed (RPM) 
1725 
Horsepower (hp) 
1/2 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 
2 year parts and in home service 

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Brand: InSinkErator
Horsepower (hp): 1/2 hp
Price: $50 - $100
Disposer Feed: Continuous Feed
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Does it has the dishwasher connector?

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November 22, 2012
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February 2, 2016
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It has a plastic plug that needs to be knocked out before installation. Use a screwdriver and hammer and just knock it out. Remove the plastic plug or you'll hear some horrible noises when you run the disposal. I hope this helps.
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April 22, 2015
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Yes, it has a dishwasher connection. There is a plug in the connection for use without a dishwasher, So, you have to remember to knock the plug out with a long screwdriver and hammer prior to using with a dishwasher. Also, remember to remover the knocked out plug prior to use.
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March 24, 2015
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Yes, you just have to knock out the plug inside the drain inlet on the disposal and remove after doing so.
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December 31, 2013
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Yes. There is a small knockout in the neck of the connector. Make sure you remove the knock out before installation (only if you are connecting a dishwasher). Read instructions on how..
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November 11, 2013
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it has a connection for the dishwasher drain that has to be punched out to allow water to drain thru. You have to clamp the hose to it.
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September 10, 2013
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Yes.
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January 22, 2013
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Yes. The dish washer tube has a knockout so it can be used with or without a dish washer.
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November 26, 2012
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Hello and thank you for your question. Yes, the disposer does have an inlet for the dishwasher tube to connect to. Please be sure to knock-out the plug (as indicated in the picture below - step 15 and 16 of the Instruction, Care and Use manual). You may require the dishwasher connector kit, which I've provided a link to. This product does not come with the disposer as not all installations require. Thank Read More
Hello and thank you for your question. Yes, the disposer does have an inlet for the dishwasher tube to connect to. Please be sure to knock-out the plug (as indicated in the picture below - step 15 and 16 of the Instruction, Care and Use manual). You may require the dishwasher connector kit, which I've provided a link to. This product does not come with the disposer as not all installations require. Thank you very much for your question and should you have any questions, we are happy to assist. 1-800-558-5700 Read Less
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Yes it does
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November 22, 2012
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The disposal has a connection for your dishwasher drain line,,, just remember to knock out the plug before connecting it,,, lay the disposal on it's side and use a screw driver and tap lightly with it,,,also remember to remove the nickle sized slug from inside after,,,,
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I have a dual sink. Does this have an inlet for ewater coming from the second sink. Secondly, Does this have an inlet for dish washer.

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March 31, 2013
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April 22, 2015
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There is no inlet for a second sink but there is for a dishwasher. Normally the sinks are plumbed without both going through the disposal.
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No, it doesn't connect second sink to each other, that's done using piping that is attached to your P-trap.
Yes, it has a inlet for dishwasher drain, you just have to knock out the plug inside the inlet on disposal.
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Yes, has a connection for dishwasher, NO it does not have a connection for extra sink....but, if you do not connect the dishwasher, the connection could conceivably be used for the extra sink with some adapters....the connections sizes are different!
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April 7, 2013
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Yes there is an inlet for a dishwasher, and you will need to plumb the wastewater to the sink with the main line going to the sewer.
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The disposal has a fitting and a knock out for your dishwasher,,,however you will need to connect the drain from second sink with a T fitting and trap's,,,
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April 1, 2013
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Hello and thank you for your question. The disposer does not have an inlet for water coming from the other side of the sink, but it does have a dishwasher dishcharge tube. I've included a specification drawing below to help visualize. The disposer receives its water intake through the sink opening where the food waste then enters the grind chamber and then discharges through the plumbing line. We hope Read More
Hello and thank you for your question. The disposer does not have an inlet for water coming from the other side of the sink, but it does have a dishwasher dishcharge tube. I've included a specification drawing below to help visualize. The disposer receives its water intake through the sink opening where the food waste then enters the grind chamber and then discharges through the plumbing line. We hope this information helps. We are happy to assist with any installation questions you may have. Please contact our customer service department at your convenience 1-800-558-5700. Thank you again for your question. Read Less
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"Does this have an inlet for [a] dishwasher?" Yes it does. The Badger 500 can be installed whether you have a dishwasher or not or want to install one at a later date. I have mine installed with one sink and no dishwasher. I don't need to buy a new one when I am ready to get my dishwasher put in so I'm excited!
I'm not an expert on dual sinks so I can't really answer your first question with authority.
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"Does this have an inlet for [a] dishwasher?" Yes it does. The Badger 500 can be installed whether you have a dishwasher or not or want to install one at a later date. I have mine installed with one sink and no dishwasher. I don't need to buy a new one when I am ready to get my dishwasher put in so I'm excited!
I'm not an expert on dual sinks so I can't really answer your first question with authority. By "ewater" do you mean wastewater? If you mean you actually want to know what would happen if food goes down the drain... whether you have one, two or even three sinks, there is only one drain that the food should go down to go to the garbage disposer. The specific drain will have a nice "In-Sinkerator ISE Disposer" writing on the drain. One switch will be on the wall or under the sink. Do not put food down the other drains on purpose because you could clog your pipes! Those drains should have little baskets to catch bits of food so when you are done washing or cleaning, feed that food to the sink drain that goes to the Badger 500. I don't know why there isn't an invention to keep all pipes unclogged at all times. In the meantime, at least we have garbage disposers. :)
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To your first question: No, the disposer itself does not have a second inlet. The outlet from the disposer needs to be plumbed to a shared drain using a tee to join the disposer and the second sink to to the trap and outlet. A "knock-out" is provided, along with an integral nipple to connect dishwasher waste input to the unit. Just knock out the pre-scored plug with a hammer and small punch to enable Read More
To your first question: No, the disposer itself does not have a second inlet. The outlet from the disposer needs to be plumbed to a shared drain using a tee to join the disposer and the second sink to to the trap and outlet. A "knock-out" is provided, along with an integral nipple to connect dishwasher waste input to the unit. Just knock out the pre-scored plug with a hammer and small punch to enable connection.
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This does not have an inlet for a 2nd sink.
There is an inlet for the dishwasher.
There is an outlet for the drain.. Make sure u knock the plug out before hooking up the drain hose.
Check youtube for disposal installation. There are several good ones.
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knock out dishwasher plug on Badger 500

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I didn't realize that my dishwasher did not connect to the old disposal, a Whirlaway 191. I knocked out the plug, but didn't need to. Is there anything I can use to plug it back up.?
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Use a screwdriver and hammer and it comes out easy.
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I recommend hooking up dishwasher drain hose to the disposal. You may need to use an adapter thou.
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You should be able to purchase a rubber cap with a band clamp that will seal off the dishwasher connection on the disposal. Explain what you need to one of the HD pors and I'm sure they will set you up.
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I would clamp a short piece of rubber hose and then insert a 1/2 in copper cap into the end of the hose. Should do the trick
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Thank you all for your assistance. I can leave the hole there. There's a hose extending from the wall, which I believe comes from the dishwasher. The builder inserted the dishwasher hose through the wall, then back out again, but higher up. I didn't realize the purpose of it until I looked at the old disposer. I suppose they did it that way was so that the hoses didn't take up space under the sink. I Read More
Thank you all for your assistance. I can leave the hole there. There's a hose extending from the wall, which I believe comes from the dishwasher. The builder inserted the dishwasher hose through the wall, then back out again, but higher up. I didn't realize the purpose of it until I looked at the old disposer. I suppose they did it that way was so that the hoses didn't take up space under the sink. I think I'm good, but I thank you for your responses. Read Less
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Dear Denise,
This may be a little late, but my solution would be to find a short bit of hose that fit over the tube housing the plug you knocked out and force the hose over the tube then find a bolt or piece of doweling that you could stick into the other end of the hose and put a hose clamp around the hose holding the doweling. Alternately, your hardware store person might find a pvc plumbing cap that
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Dear Denise,
This may be a little late, but my solution would be to find a short bit of hose that fit over the tube housing the plug you knocked out and force the hose over the tube then find a bolt or piece of doweling that you could stick into the other end of the hose and put a hose clamp around the hose holding the doweling. Alternately, your hardware store person might find a pvc plumbing cap that would be just the right size. Hope this helps.
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That is a question for a professional and you need to call the customer service number to learn how to close it off. Hopefully this can be done.
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February 12, 2014
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Hi Denise,
This is Jim with InSinkErator. I do apologize, but we do not offer a plug that can be used to seal the dishwasher inlet once the knockout plug has been removed. The plug is molded in and prior to removal maintianes a water tight seal. There may be alternate ways of sealing the inlet, but we do not recommend that, as there will always be a risk of the unit leaking at that location. If you have Read More
Hi Denise,
This is Jim with InSinkErator. I do apologize, but we do not offer a plug that can be used to seal the dishwasher inlet once the knockout plug has been removed. The plug is molded in and prior to removal maintianes a water tight seal. There may be alternate ways of sealing the inlet, but we do not recommend that, as there will always be a risk of the unit leaking at that location. If you have any other questioins, please feel free to contact our AnswerLine at 800-558-5700. Thank you. Read Less
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Foreign Object is stuck in the Badger 500 (either a screw or a bottle cap)

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MIkeyPie
Philadelphia
July 11, 2013
The unit still runs, but I can hear something rattling around in the unit when it is on.
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Use something that is long, like a crowbar and stick it into the unit, locate one of the devices that does the work inside the unit and turn it backwards, to the left. Once it is free, remove the object causing the problem with tongs, magnet, long handle pliers or turn of the power and use you hand if small enough. You should be back in business.
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Shine a flashlight into the disposal and look around to see where object is and remove it.
May have to remove some debris inside to see, otherwise it would be hard to locate item.
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The only thing I can suggest is to remove the rubber gasket at the sink drain and with a flashlight visually inspect it for foreign objects. If you see nothing, unplug it or shut off breaker and drop it down and tip it over and see if anything comes out. Sorry it might require some work on your part.
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Chances are that the blades that chop up the food have loosened from use over time and as the motor spins those blades flop back and forth making a rattling sound. This is normal. If the device still disposes the food adequately it probably isn't an issue. Alternatively, following opening the electrical breaker controlling the disposer the protective boot which occupies the drain hole in your sink should Read More
Chances are that the blades that chop up the food have loosened from use over time and as the motor spins those blades flop back and forth making a rattling sound. This is normal. If the device still disposes the food adequately it probably isn't an issue. Alternatively, following opening the electrical breaker controlling the disposer the protective boot which occupies the drain hole in your sink should lift out fairly easily. Inspection of the inside of the device with a flashlight should reveal if anything foreign is there. If there is remove it with an appropriate grasping device. Read Less
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If you have a small hand put it in there and pull anything that still in there. Make sure it is OFF.
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This will take extreme care to correct. You MUST unplug, disconnect or turn breaker circuit completely OFF prior to clearing the jam. I use two methods depending upon the object jammed. First, I use a small flashlight to locate where the object is jammed in the top chamber. If is is possible, I use a pair of long handled pliers to remove the object. If it is jammed between the grinder and the wall of the Read More
This will take extreme care to correct. You MUST unplug, disconnect or turn breaker circuit completely OFF prior to clearing the jam. I use two methods depending upon the object jammed. First, I use a small flashlight to locate where the object is jammed in the top chamber. If is is possible, I use a pair of long handled pliers to remove the object. If it is jammed between the grinder and the wall of the chamber, I first use the wooden handle of a plunger, for example, to turn the grinder in a reverse direction to loosen the object to where it can be removed with some type of pliers or such. In extreme cases, again with POWER OFF and DISCONNECTED, i will try and reach into the chamber and remove the object by hand....but only as a last resort!
If the object remains jammed, the unit may have to repaired, yes they can be, or you may need to purchase a new unit (the cost of repair work can be quite high in today's market). Read Less
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July 22, 2013
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Hello MlkPie,
This is Jim from InSinkErator. We understand the disposer is making an unusual noise. Unknowingly, something might have gotten down inside the disposer causing this. If it is making a “machine gun” consistent type noise, something may be caught in the protrusions of the stationary shredder ring. If it is making a “bouncing around” type sound, there may be something that is being thrown Read More
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This is Jim from InSinkErator. We understand the disposer is making an unusual noise. Unknowingly, something might have gotten down inside the disposer causing this. If it is making a “machine gun” consistent type noise, something may be caught in the protrusions of the stationary shredder ring. If it is making a “bouncing around” type sound, there may be something that is being thrown around the inside of the chamber. We recommend that you check for this using the following procedure.
1. Make sure the disposer is electrically off.
2. Hold the black baffle back, and look down into the chamber from the sink hole opening with a flashlight.
3. Do NOT put your hands inside the disposer.
4. Push the black flaps down. Shine a flashlight into the chamber to see if you can see anything that should not be there. Closely inspect the entire floor of the chamber and 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. Just up from this space is the stationary shredder ring (it lines the entire wall of the canister) which has some small v-shaped protrusions. Follow the circumference of this ring, looking at the v-shaped protrusions, to see if you can locate anything that should not be there. Objects or food debris (such as a bone shard) may be lodged in one of these v-shaped protrusions. This will not impede the movement of the plate, but will cause a loud consistent (machine-gun type) noise as the lugs swing by and hit it.
5. If you do locate something, use a tool such as a long tongs or pliers to retrieve it. Again, do not place your hands inside the disposer.
6. Turn the faucet on and let the water run through for 15-20 seconds.
7. Switch the disposer on and check if it is operating correctly.
If you can not find anything that could be causing this sound some additional troubleshooting may be needed to determine the source of the problem. If this is the case please contact the InSinkErator AnswerLine for further troubleshooting assistance. Please call 1-800-558-5700. When calling it would be beneficial to have the serial # handy. The serial number is located on a silver sticker about the size of a Band-Aid and can be found on the side of the disposer very near the bottom edge. I hope this helps. Read Less
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Well,,,, first unplug the unit and look down inside to see if you can determine what is in the unit...
then if possible take the object out,,,, I would not run the unit for fear of damaging it,,,,
also did you remember to remove the knock out for the dishwasher drain line out before installing the unit???? it my need to be removed from the sink to see for sure,,, BUT PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU UNPLUG THE
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Well,,,, first unplug the unit and look down inside to see if you can determine what is in the unit...
then if possible take the object out,,,, I would not run the unit for fear of damaging it,,,,
also did you remember to remove the knock out for the dishwasher drain line out before installing the unit???? it my need to be removed from the sink to see for sure,,, BUT PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU UNPLUG THE DISPOSAL BEFORE DOING ANYTHING,,,,
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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good but not great Very easy to install if you already have a Badger 500 or similar disposal. Did not want to reinstall the ring that attaches to the sink so went with the same disposal, knowing it will probably last 2-5 years. Bought a new cord, very easy to install per instructions, unhooked the old disposal, re-hooked the new disposal, did not have to attach dishwasher line, and was done within 30 minutes. Wanted an inexpensive disposal before we redo our kitchen, so hopefully this will last a few years. The previous Badger 500 we had lasted about 5 years before it rusted out and started leaking. May 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Quiet Needs to have a cord and stress relief supplied. Runs quiet and was relatively easy to install. June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great value for the price. I replaced a 18 year old disposal and this is EXACTLY like what I had.. easy to install and works like a champ... June 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product Very quite running and powerful. I was a little larger than my previous disposal so I had it install on the opposite side of the sink than previous June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy installation Easy to shop for and easy to install. The employee in the store was very helpful. June 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dislposal replacement very easy for my son to install in less than an hour June 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by does a good job I was a bit conerned because it was smaller than the one I replaced, but it is doing the job well! June 21, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not reliable I find the Badger products we have to replace every 2-3 years in our rentals. June 21, 2016
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