Insinkerator Evolution Septic Assist Troubleshooting & Repair Guide

Insinkerator Evolution Septic Assist1 Insinkerator Evolution Septic Assist Troubleshooting & Repair GuideThe Insinkerator Evolution Septic Assist is a durable, stainless steel model of food waste disposer that features the use of micro-organisms to help break down food waste naturally. Insinkerator Evolution food waste disposers are the best on the market and feature top class features such as stainless steel components to prevent rusting, and last longer.Insinkerator

Plus all Evolution models feature a noise reduction technology known as SoundSealPlus that makes them quieter than any other model. The Insinkerator Evolution Septic Assist is about 40% quieter than standard models. Also, the Evolution series features MultiGrindPlus technology to grind the food in two stages and handle tougher foods than other disposers.

Insinkerator Evolution Septic Assist Insinkerator Evolution Septic Assist Troubleshooting & Repair Guide
The Insinkerator Evolution Septic Assist features Bio-Charge technology which uses micro-organisms to ecologically break down food waste, so this is a good choice for those that want a performance enhanced, reliable disposal that will LAST the long haul AND BE EASY ON YOUR SEPTIC SYSTEM! In this guide manual we will go over the three basic problems that can go wrong with an Insinkerator Evolution Septic Assist garbage disposal, and the troubleshooting method for each issue.
Issues such as: clogged Garbage disposal wont drain,
Unjamming a jammed, or buzzing noise garbage disposal,
garbage disposal leaking at the seal, or leaking at the bottom.

How to unclog an Insinkerator Evolution Septic Assist Garbage Disposal.

If the disposal is working, but the water and waste wont go down, you have a clogged disposal chamber, or a clogged disposer drain pipe. The first step is to use a plunger. 9 times out of 10, the plunger will do the trick. Fill the garbage disposal up until water starts to fill the kitchen sink. Then with the plunger firmly sealed at the mouth of the disposal, pump it up and down several times until you feel a suction building, and then yank the plunger up and hopefully dislodge the clogged particles. If this doesnt work, then you will have to remove the drain pipe exiting the side of the disposal and clean it out with a screwdriver or something long and skinny.

How to unjam an Insinkerator Evolution Septic Assist.

This model rarely jams, as it features Insinkerators multi grind technology. However, even these can sometimes jam under heavy workload.

If your disposal is not working at all, or making a quiet buzzing noise when you turn it on, it is jammed. Use the Insinkerator Evolution Septic Assist disposal unjamming key, or an allen key and insert it into the center bottom of the disposal and try to rotate it and free up the gears. Once it is rotating freely, push the red reset button at the bottom of the garbage disposal to reset the motor.

How to get rid of bad odors and sharpen the blades of your Insinkerator Evolution Septic Assist garbage disposal.

If the disposer will rarely ever have a bad smell because the micro-organism naturally keep the chamber clean. But still, if it doesnt seem to grind the food particles up that well, you may have dull blades. No problem, just put a bunch of ice cubes in your disposal and turn it on. The hard ice cubes will grind into slush and as they do, they will sharpen the blades and wash all the gunk out of your disposal chamber.

Insinkerator Garbage disposal is leaking

If the disposal is leaking from the bottom, you will need to replace it with a new one as the chamber is probably rusted through.

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