On Sunday, October 17, 2010 at 10:40:50 AM UTC-7, jeff_wisnia wrote:
Same vertical cracks in the same location you described and it has been about 7-8 years. Irritating but it was a cheap disposal. May upgrade this time since water stains in cabinet caused by leak are really annoying!
Where did you dig up that nearly 6 year old post of mine?
I guess it's true what they say, watch what you say on the internet, it
never disappears completely.
FWIW the cheaspie disposal I described installing as a replacement back
then is still holding up and doing its thing.
There is one or more idiots reposting the old archives from google
groups on alt.home.repair at a rate of at least 2 posts a day.
Most seem to originate from flashnewsgroups.com. They all use random
Why anyone does this makes little sense to me!
I dont reply to any of them.......
Well even years later I found this thread useful and it didn't show up from
any other sources in my search results.
Back on topic: Had hairline vertical crack in the upper housing of a Badger
1. About 2 inches long. Thought I'd try a patch-it approach before replace
ment. ~$5 and 10 minutes later I had an ugly wad of epoxy putty (the "plumb
ing" kind from a well recognized brand) covering the crack. Couple weeks af
ter the "repair" and it's holding.
FTR the GD doesn't get heavy use.
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