Hi iamtracy, thanks for reaching out! This button is for use with the InSinkErator® SinkTop Switch. For best results, we recommend you use InSinkErator accessories with InSinkErator units.
Hi Bruce, we have a useful "Finish Matching Guide" on our website that compares our finishes to other manufacturers so you can match your InSinkErator product with the rest of your kitchen. Please refer to this link: https://bit.ly/38MdXKN. Should you want to see sample chips of the actual finish, you can find a list of showrooms in your area in the "Where to Buy" locator on our website - https://insinkerator.emerson.com/en-us/where-to-buy. Just click on "Find Nearby", type in your zip code and select Showrooms.
YES, It's the complete setup.
Hi Robert, thanks for reaching out! This can't be hard wired. The button is for use with the InSinkErator SinkTop Switch to activate the box where the disposer should be plugged into.
Hi John, I'm sorry to hear about this. If the washer is broken, it will need to be replaced. That part is included in the SinkTop Switch Transmitter Body Kit, under part #75470. You can purchase this part directly through our authorized parts supplier, Carroll Parts (USA) at 800-654-3545.
the "air" hose connects to the bottom of the switch just gently pull the hose off (like a air pump on a fish tank) the whole button has a collar nut on it unscrew the nut and the entire housing and push button unit should come out of the countertop, place the new one in place of the old one and reverse your install procedure. super simple
Hi, thanks for reaching out.The button and bezel (trim around the button) are molded plastic with a brass plated sheathing over the plastic.
I bought this 5 years ago at a home depot in Co. I have no idea who would have it in stock now. You can search on their website
Hi Timothy, the threaded plastic is part of the whole SinkTop Switch Kit and is not included in the SinkTop Switch Button. This part only includes the button and the sink top cover that goes around the sink top switch button.
Not sure but I think you would have a good chance to find something that would work in its place in the store with the help of a plumbing employee.