Check with Sears on pricing, and go with Stainless steel,
no less than 1/2hp.
Back when we were an In-sink-erator dealer, my *cost* for
their '333' stainless model was about $125.00. At the same
time, Sears was selling the exact model with 'Kenmore' on
the nameplate, for $89.00.
(Guess it's pretty obvious why we're no longer with ISE <grin>).
Dave's Repair Service
New Albany, PA
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I installed a Sears stainless steel model, one horse power unit that has a
10 year guarantee. I got mine when they had their % off sales, and with the
coupons I had, I got it for around 169 bucks. Most of the so-called
contractor models that are sold are pot metal and are 1/2 to 1/4 horse and
last 3 to 5 years before they corrode out.
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