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SKU: 90006
   based on 7 Reviews
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About the Insinkerator MGK-00

The Insinkerator MGK-00 Mounting Gasket. This mounting gasket kit includes 2 replacement sink gaskets that can be used with specific Insinkerator Quick-Lock sink mounted models. It can be used standard with the following models: Badger, 444, 60S, 80S, Pro 333, and Evergrind. It can be used in deluxe mounting with the following models: 555SS, 777SS, 100SS, Pro SS, and Pro 77 models.

Product Details

Product: Kitchen Part & Accessories
Manufacturer: Insinkerator
Style: Parts
Room: Kitchen
Mpn # MGK-00
Weight 1.00 lbs.

Product Features

  • White finish, European styling - Twist lever handle
  • 1/2 gallon capacity delivers 60 cups/hour of near-boiling water.
  • 120 VAC, 750 watts, 6.5 amps.
  • Thermostatic control adjustable from 140Deg Farenheit to 200Deg Farenheit.
  • 3-year We Come To You Service Warranty (IN-HOME parts and labor service warranty).
  • UL listed.
  • Patented DuraTank hot water tank system (Uniquely designed for unsurpassed performance).


Rated 5 out of 5 based on 7 reviews

Perfect Replacement for Original Rated 5 by JohnL13
This part seals the place where the top of the disposer attaches to the bottom of the sink drain (hence the term "gasket") and also serves the function of blocking food particles from flying out of the disposer when it's running. I was concerned about Internet reviews of third-party after-market replacements that are stiff rubber and make it hard for food to go down the drain and for water to drain properly. This OEM part is a very nice soft rubber exactly like the original and allows food and water easily to go down the drain and not pop out. Installation requires disconnecting the J-trap drain pipe and unhooking the disposer under the sink and then reattaching, but both steps are quite easy for a reasonably handy do-it-yourselfer, especially with the disposer's easy-disconnect locking ring .
Originally posted on Jun/2014

Needed new gasket for new sink Rated 5 by Raisin
Volunteered to do the plumbing work for a neighbor who was putting in a new countertop, sink and faucet. She has an Insinkerator disposal (Badger 5) but the mounting gasket needed to be replaced (would have worked but wouldn't look good in the new sink). Bought this product because one of the two gaskets was the correct one. Worked great, but then had one leftover that I didn't need. Why not sell them individually and charge half the price?
Originally posted on Jun/2016

np shipping charges, so price was good, quality and promptness excellent Rated 5 by plumbo
Problem with installation was that the disposal had to be completely removed from sink and all plumbing to replace the baffle.Then, of course, you have to deal with all the little leaks when put back together again.Also,aligning the disposal to the undersink holding ring was not easy. The disposal is very old, hopefully newer designs have done away with that. InSinkErator makes a great product. This one is still working great
Originally posted on Jun/2014

Product is ECELLENT. Rated 5 by Dan51
Highly recommend. DIY skills a plus. As installation instructions included on the package are rather basic, I highly recommend watching a few youtube installation videos. For instance, when reinstalling the unit, pressure must be applied to the bottom of the unit while simultaneously reaching up and turning the locking ring. I used a bucket under the unit to keep it from dropping too far while the gasket was being replaced. I used a 4 foot long 4 inch wide by ½ inch thick wooden board with one end placed under the unit to gain some leverage while reinstalling the unit. This allowed me to use both my hands to push up on the locking ring while I used my leg to gently pull down on the other end of the board which pushed the unit up enough to allow the locking ring to engage. Not sure I would have succeeded without the board. All is back together now. The gasket looks great and there are no leaks.
Originally posted on Mar/2016

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