Model # Badger 100

Internet #203144490

Store SKU #793056

InSinkErator Badger 100 1/3 HP Continuous Feed Garbage Disposal
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InSinkErator

Badger 100 1/3 HP Continuous Feed Garbage Disposal

  • Sold exclusively at The Home Depot
  • 1/3 HP Dura-Drive heavy duty induction motor
  • 1-year In-Home limited warranty service
$87.96 /each
If you buy 3 or more
$73.31 /each
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Product Overview

  • Sold exclusively at The Home Depot
  • 1/3 HP Dura-Drive heavy duty induction motor
  • 1-year In-Home limited warranty service
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.

Product Overview

  • Sold exclusively at The Home Depot
  • 1/3 HP Dura-Drive heavy duty induction motor
  • 1-year In-Home limited warranty service
Model #: Badger 100
Sku #: 793056
Internet #: 203144490

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 (2003) (2548) (7155) (2299)
Disposer Feed Continuous Feed Continuous Feed Continuous Feed Continuous Feed
Horsepower (hp) 0.33 hp 0.33 hp 0.5 hp 0.75 hp
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
6.31
Product Height (in.)
11.38
Product Length (in.)
6.31
Product Width (in.)
6.31

Details

Auto-Reverse
No
Dishwasher drain connection
Yes
Disposer Feed
Continuous Feed
Grind chamber capacity (oz.)
26
Grinding Speed (RPM)
1725
Hardwire Compatible
Yes
Horsepower (hp)
0.33 hp
Horsepower (hp)
1/3
Included
Mounting Hardware
Kitchen Product Type
Disposal
Noise insulation
No
Power Cord Included
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

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
6.31
Product Height (in.)
11.38
Product Length (in.)
6.31
Product Width (in.)
6.31

Details

Auto-Reverse
No
Dishwasher drain connection
Yes
Disposer Feed
Continuous Feed
Grind chamber capacity (oz.)
26
Grinding Speed (RPM)
1725
Hardwire Compatible
Yes
Horsepower (hp)
0.33 hp
Horsepower (hp)
1/3
Included
Mounting Hardware
Kitchen Product Type
Disposal
Noise insulation
No
Power Cord Included
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

Questions & Answers

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

Asked by: jrs
No, leaks from bottom are not normal. Water is getting into electrical compartment of motor. Could be a safety hazard. Need to replace.
Answered by: KG6EAR
Date published: 2018-05-24

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

Asked by: Kakra
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

Is there an electrical cord included?

Do I need to buy a seperate electric cord? Or it included with the unit?
Asked by: DebRA
Hi, this is Jerica from InSinkErator® Customer Service. Badger 100 does not include a power cord. If this disposer has to be plugged to an outlet, an InSinkErator Power Cord Kit (CRD-00) can be purchased separately. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us through insinkeratorfeedback@emerson.com or call InSinkErator AnswerLine at 1 (800) 558-5700. Thank you.
Answered by: InSinkErator
Date published: 2018-01-09

Does this product have a re-set button?

Does this product have a re-set button?
Asked by: marmee
Yes. If you are familiar with the older version, the button is still a little red square on the bottom on the disposal.
Answered by: DHN
Date published: 2018-05-08
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Customer Reviews

Badger 100 1/3 HP Continuous Feed Garbage Disposal is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 2003.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good product. Highly recommend. A very nice disposal system. Very good product. Highly recommend. A very nice disposal system.
Date published: 2018-01-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from First let me say, I actually like Badger Insinkerator garbage disposals! I have owned my house 33... First let me say, I actually like Badger Insinkerator garbage disposals! I have owned my house 33 years and this is only the 2nd time I have replaced the original Badger 1 that came with the house. Although I do not grind garbage every day, I'd have to say averaging 16 years for each unit is pretty darn good. I'm hoping this is the last one I replace prior to retirement. LOL I like the fact, despite all the years, I can replace my Badger with a new one and not need to change ANY of the plumbing. The connections are still all in the exact same spot! In a world that is changing by the minute, having the basic exterior design of the Badger remain the same all these years is nothing short of a miracle. A tribute to bygone years. Basically, you drop out the old one and drop in the new one. Well ALMOST. Trying to wrestle anything from under your sink after 16 years you learn that it doesn't necessarily come out willingly. First, in order to have room to work underneath your sink, you need to clean out everything that has accumulated in the cabinet under your sink: all the dishwasher powder, scouring pads, sponges, cleanser, liquid soap, shoe polish, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, furniture and floor polish that you have accumulated over the years. (That's half the battle - after you're done you have to put it BACK!) This is no small task. Then you undo the electrical connections, and drain connections - plus the output from the dishwasher. I found that with each illustration, there are directions in English, Spanish and French. This means you have a small sentence or two at the MOST in any language that explains that step. Therefore, the directions are not exactly elaborate. The chief difficulty I found was to decipher in what direction the locking collar ring needs to go to first 1) remove the disposal and then 2) the direction to lock the new one into place. Some of you might think if you remember what direction you went to remove it, the new one gets locked in the opposite direction. Trust me, when you turn 60 years old you begin to forget these things. Plus trying to hold up a 10 lb Badger with one hand underneath a sink while trying to lock it in is no small feat - especially when you're 60! To the people at Badger: Please update your illustration with an arrow that shows these directions! It would help immensely! Lastly, the Badger 100 is the "Home Depot version" of the Badger 1. Although you can buy a Badger 1 through Home Depot (internet mail order only-free shipping!), the physical HD stores only carry the Badger 100 (the same for the 1/2 HP Badger 5 - which is the HD version Badger 500.) The Badger 100 and 500 models are specially made by Badger to be sold exclusively at HD stores. Each of the "Home Depot" Badger versions are exactly $1.04 less in cost than their mainline counterparts. No one at HD or Badger could tell me how that $1.04 savings is achieved. Do I spring for the Badger 1 and waive my $1.04 savings? Is it worth it? Since the old model underneath my sink was already leaking badly, I could not wait for the mail order Badger 1and purchased the Badger 100 so I could take it home and install it immediately. No sense of accomplishment can equal turning the ON switch after installation and hearing the newly installed unit whirling happily while grinding your kitchen scraps into oblivion. The Badger line is a well designed group. With better instructions, I would rate it 5 stars, but I will nick it the one star because there is room for improvement there.
Date published: 2018-03-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I am a plumber and have replaced a ton of these because they wear out and leak after a couple yea... I am a plumber and have replaced a ton of these because they wear out and leak after a couple years. I only bought this one because that is what the customer asked for. You should spend at least $175 or so on a disposer if you use it regularly and want it to last and in the long run you will save money with a more expensive unit besides they are quiter. Make sure you knock out the internal plug if you hook the dish washer to it.
Date published: 2017-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Badger 100 Waste Disposal I bought this new waste disposal to replace one about 7 years old that was still working fine but was installed less than perfectly by the original home builder's contractor and had leaked enough to cause the mounting ring to rust badly enough that it was very difficult to turn when I needed to remove and reinstall the disposal to install a new sink. Instead of just buying a new mounting ring, I decided to buy a whole new disposal so that it may just last the rest of my lifetime. Removing the old disposal almost required a hacksaw, while installing the new Badger 100 disposal was so easy my 6 year old grandsons could have done it.
Date published: 2018-05-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Don't know how to rate it at this point. We'll see how long it lasts...and that should be the tr... Don't know how to rate it at this point. We'll see how long it lasts...and that should be the true test of how to rate it. It was easy to install because I was replacing my last Badger 100 1/3 disposal that lasted three years. The sink drain was already prepared because I was replacing a previous model Insinkerator, which had been preceded by another Insinkerator (Hmmm...picking up on a trend here?!! So, based on the ease of installing the Badger, I rated it as "Good". Looking ahead, if I am getting another HD survey to rate my purchase of a Badger 100 within a year or two, I may elect to pursue a different brand.
Date published: 2018-04-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Badger 100 ups and downs Starting with replacing the Badge 100, I would say it is very easy if you are not replacing all the stainless drain parts that go on the sink. The only thing which would make it easier is to have an electrical cord that plugs into the unit instead of having to rewire the old power wire to the new unit. The one I got looked like the center flange bolt had rust around it already, but it could be the sealant they use. I think that they could make it run smoother, but that probably has to do with what kind of material your sink is made of. All in all for the money it does the job if used according to the instructions.
Date published: 2018-01-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I would have easily spent more money for a higher Horse Power unit, but I would have had to rebui... I would have easily spent more money for a higher Horse Power unit, but I would have had to rebuild the drain plumbing (P-trap etc...) because the higher horse power unit has different dimensions (in particular the out flow connection is further down from the bottom of the sink in the higher HP models. Other than this disappointment, it was relatively easy to install.
Date published: 2018-04-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The product worked as expected. The one thing greatly hurt my review is that it did not have a w... The product worked as expected. The one thing greatly hurt my review is that it did not have a warning that tells you to knock out the plug inside the garbage disposal were the water flows into the garbage disposal. I installed the unit with out doing this and then the water was not draining from my dishwasher. Because my dishwasher is so old I thought it had failed and ended up buying a new dishwasher. After hooking it up It also did not drain. I then put some Draino in the line to find that it still didnt work. Then I went to you and asked "why doesn't my new dishwasher drain and I found out about the plug. This could have been avoided with a simple sticker that said knock out plug before installing.
Date published: 2018-06-05
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