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InSinkErator Badger 5XP disposer
InSinkErator Badger 5XP 3/4 HP Garbage Disposal
Badger garbage disposals are a reliable and functional choice when affordability is the prime concern. From the powerful induction motors to the rugged galvanized steel construction, the Badger 5XP food waste disposer delivers exceptional performance.
We Come to You Parts and Labor Warranty
The Badger 5XP is backed by an exclusive We Come to You 3-year In-Home Limited Warranty. This warranty includes free house calls (including parts and labor) for the entire warranty period. InSinkErator fulfills its in-home warranty through a network of 1500 professional service agents who are trained and certified to install, repair or replace InSinkErator brand disposers. Call our toll-free service line at 1-800-558-5700 and we'll provide you with the name and phone number of a factory authorized service agent nearest you. It's that simple.
For over 75 years InSinkErator has been known for building the world's best food waste disposers. Badger, our standard disposer line, is basic, reliable, and functional. Available in various models and sizes for a range of applications, InSinkErator also manufactures a premier line of disposers, the Evolution Series. InSinkErator food waste disposers are the only disposers that are proudly made in the U.S.A. InSinkErator has grown into the largest food waste disposer manufacturer and best-selling garbage disposer brand in the world.
Choice of 9 Out of 10 Plumbing Professionals
Nine out of ten plumbing professionals choose InSinkErator brand garbage disposals for its product quality, durability, sound and grind superiority, and in-home warranty.
InSinkErator Grind Technology
The Badger 5XP features a one-stage grind technology that includes a GrindShear Ring that makes tough to grind foods a thing of the past as food waste is virtually liquefied to safely flow into your sewage system.
InSinkErator brand disposers are the easiest to install. That's because all InSinkErator garbage disposal models feature our popular stainless steel Quick Lock sink mount. Just "twist off" the old disposer and "twist on" the new one. What's more, with Quick Lock, you can replace any InSinkErator branded garbage disposal.
Disposer Do's and Don'ts
For trouble-free disposer operations remember these tips. Use cold water while operating your disposer, never pour grease or fats into your disposer or drains. To freshen your disposer, occasionally grind citrus fruit peels.
Recycle Your Food Waste
Food waste disposers don't just offer practical convenience; they provide an environmentally sound answer to the growing problem of food waste. Food waste disposers can provide an environmentally responsible alternative to transporting food waste to landfills. And they can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. At capable wastewater treatment plants, food waste can be recycled to produce renewable energy.
What's in the Box
The Badger 5XP comes with a Quick Lock Sink Mount, Jam-Buster wrench, tailpipe, tailpipe gasket, stopper and installation instructions.
No better than the Badger 1/3 HP!
88 of 90 people found the following review helpful
Last year I wrote a good review for my 12 year old Badger 1 unit that I was retiring after 12 years of faithful service. I decided to replace the old unit with another Badger and chose this 5XP model. I had such good luck with with the Badger 1 that I chose to stay with the Badger line, but just upgrade to the more powerful unit. Installation was a breeze as the units were the same size.
Plastic Housings Crack and Leak
48 of 49 people found the following review helpful
I am currently a home remodeler and, in my opinion, I have replaced far too many InSinkErator disposals that had cracked plastic housings. Failed plastic housings do sell replacement disposals so InSinkErator might have something going for them.
Rusted out in 6 months!
22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Do not purchase a disposer with a galvanized steel blade mechanism. 6 months old and it is completely rusted out! Garbage!
26 of 30 people found the following review helpful
I have a badger 5 and it developed a crack. I did some research and found lots of people with this problem. Stay away from this product
cracked housing on 2 units within 3 weeks of each other
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
We replaced two old disposal units in our kitchen at the same time a year ago, getting rid of the units that were here when we bought the house 11 years ago, after one of the old units failed. About 3 – 4 weeks ago, one of the new units developed a crack in the housing, and had to be replaced (fortunately it was under warranty). Now, less than a month later, the other new unit developed cracks in the same location of the housing – obviously a design or manufacturing defect, for both to fail the exact same way within the exact same time frame. Stay away from this make and model – I thought Insinkerator was good, but I was obviously wrong. So sorry I chose this brand – will never make this mistake again. So tired of cleaning up the disgusting leaking messes from under the kitchen sink this month!
Dont Buy It!
19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Bought this unit 12 months ago after my original badger 5 gave up the ghost. While installation was easy, unfortunately the unit didnt make it to its first birthday before it started leaking due to a cracked housing. We’ve never put bones down the disposal, egg shells and canteloupe rinds are about as tough as it got for the badger 7 but that proved too much for the housing to take before it cracked in 2 places. Luckily we had the warranty……wrong! since i cant find my original receipt (my fault) the company wont honor the warranty. that is in despite of the fact we registered the warranty when we purchased the product. Apparently per customer service that is only for marketing purposes. My advise, buy a Waste King, #1 rated by consumer reports.
Broken in 4 years
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
The plastic case for the disposal broke where the drain attaches. It lasted 4 years of intermittent use. I would not recommend this product–it is poor quality.
Good Customer service, Terrible product
18 of 23 people found the following review helpful
The product was shipped on time and looked to be in great shape. BOY WAS I WRONG. Once the disposal was installed it would only hum but not turn. I tried everything to get it to work before calling the company. They instructed me to hit the reset button. Like I had not tried this already. After a few days the company finally gave me a reference code for a handy man. The handy man came out and said the bearing was damaged in it and they would replace it for free. Now I am just waiting for another one to come in and hopefully it will work.
Badger 5XP Easy Installation
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The 3/4 horseposer Badger 5XP took only about 10 minutes to install as a replacement for a 7 year old 1/2 horsepower Badger. It is a little bit loud, but based on the price difference for a quieter model and the negative reviews on changing out the collar for a different model, the purchase was well worth the price.
InSinkErator Badger 3/4 horsepower Disposal
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Very easy to install and works great. I replaced a 1/2 HP with a 3/4 HP model this time, It seemed the 1/2 HP just was not strong enough to do the job. It lasted just about the warranty time period