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Posted by fred on April 4th, 2000 06:47 PM
In reply to Its not the ponies.... by Jim -ATS on April 4th, 2000 04:58 PM [Go to top of thread]

Watch out for the materials that they are made of (grinder and chamber). The cheaper ones have a chamber made from plastic instead of stainless, so they are softer and wear out sooner.

When I replaced the sink, and disposal, I ended up getting a mid priced sears with auto-reverse, stainless chamber, etc(less expensive than ISE since it was on sale), and it works well for the 2 of us.

The only caveat is that your drain lines need to be clear, and have a reasonable pitch to them to make sure that the additional matter you send thru actually gets out from the house.

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