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My current house is using Insinkerator Medallion, I think it's an antique as I couldn't find it online but it's still working good. From what I've heard, badger line is junk but the highend models are good but very expensive.

I have been looking at Waste King for my just purchased house and we're remodeling the kitchen.
Can't decide on 9980, 9950 (3/4HP) or 1/2 HP model.

While I prefer the strongest 1HP, but at 17" height it's gigantic and probably overkilled as I don't put everything into the disposal, might be I should go for 3/4 or 1/2?
I placed an order once I saw the price drop though.
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What is FP deal?

I bought two of the Waste King L-3200 Garbage Disposal with Power Cord, 3/4 HP for about $67 on Amazon prime day. Installed one already, easy to install. Everything is fine so far except it is louder than the old one.
Yeah. Picked up at L-3200 at the beginning of last month from Amazon Werehouse on one of the 20% off deals in used like new (damaged box) condition for about the same price. True to the description the box was mangled but everything else seemed in perfect condition and it's worked well for me.
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I have the 1 HP unit.

I get compliments on how quiet it is. Not really compliments, but more "Is it running?"

it destroys everything quickly and quietly. Best unit I've owned.
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I have this exactly model. It was easy to install (YMMV obviously), and it's rock solid. It makes a bit more noise than the one I had before it, but I'm not really bothered by it. Not like a washing machine that runs for hours at a time.
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When mine broke I removed the worthless contraption, a relic of the 1950's when leftovers went down the drain. We have been using a sink strainer to catch the small stuff that results from washing dishes and cooking.
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Why is insinkerator, even when on sale, significantly more expensive? They have a much shorter warranty than this one as well.
because they sell those at local HD, probably higher margins
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Do we need to have this garbage disposal because of a dishwasher? Can I not install the garbage disposal? I usually have a screen to prevent all the food waste from going into the drain.
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My parents have this but the 1HP one. The one they bought came with a lifetime warranty. Not sure if these still do, but the lifetime warranty is great! We used it once and it was cake. They sent a guy once and he swapped it in 5 min. No questions asked.


Nvm looks like it's 20 year warranty now instead of lifetime.
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The cheapo Badger disposals made by insinkerator break mostly due to a rusting out of the disposal bowl. That said all the insinkerator disposals I have had that came with a stainless steel bowls have never broke on me. The problem I have with Waste King disposals is that the bowl opening is much smaller than the insinkerators, which prevents me from putting my hand inside. Some ungrindable shit it always going to fall inside and you will need to fish it out.

Insinkerators also come with a reuseable flange so replacing a broken insinkerator with another insinkerator is much easier since you don't have to rip out the flange, and replace the flange with a new one reseating/recaulking/plumber's putty/etc. The ease of replacement could be worth the price premium. All Insinkerators use the same flange so going from a cheapo badger 3 to a top of the line Insinkerator is an equal job.

Big take away, if you plan on owning the disposal more than a couple years make sure it's got a stainless steel bowl.
Mine rusted!!
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What are your thoughts in the Costco one? They only have the one model there. It a 1 horse I believe. Had it installed a few weeks ago. No issues. My family is small and we dont dump grease and oil in the sink and bones always go in the trash.
The Costco one (American Standard and Titan) is a rebadged waste king.
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Do we need to have this garbage disposal because of a dishwasher? Can I not install the garbage disposal? I usually have a screen to prevent all the food waste from going into the drain.
Generally yes. Some dishwashers have maceraters built in that pre-grind food before draining, but even with that generally you would want a dishwasher to drain into the dishwasher inlet on the garbage disposal. You could feasibly T in the DW drain line directly into the trap but this is very uncommon, plus finding a T for the DW drain line could be tough.

If your kitchen was built without a garbage disposal you need to make sure you have the proper electrical for it. You will need an outlet under the sink that ties into a light switch on the counter, otherwise you won't be able to power it.

Adding a garbage disposal to a sink that didn't have one before is a terrific upgrade, and well worth the effort and cost.
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Don't ever put bones, celery, coffee grounds, egg shells, fruit pits, grease, pasta, potato peels/mashed potatoes, or ice in the disposal. And if pouring out soda, let the water run long enough to rinse the metal impeller. It's a good idea to squirt dishwashing soap down a few times a year and run the disposal to clean off oil and grease.
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We also have one of the Waste King 1HP disposals and it has been excellent to date. Previously had it installed in the house's original (thin/builder grade) sink, but moved it into a new large extra-deep stainless farmhouse sink. It was pretty quiet in our original sink but very quiet in the new, thicker, insulated sink. Most of the noise comes from the opening when it's running, so I'm not sure that part is really avoidable.

Our previous Insinkerator rusted out and started to leak. The Waste King uses a "reinforced polymer" (ie heavy duty fiber reinforced plastic) grind hopper - which might explain the much longer warranty.
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Anybody have experience with these? Any issues? Any advise on which size to get?
I bought the 1hp, i remember reading somewhere in the manual that chicken bones were welcome in it. I've had it for 3 years and it's a beast, no problems at all. Never had the balls to try putting chicken bones in it
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Not a deal. I regularly see the 1.25HP American Standard at Costco for $79
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