A convenient alternative to a wall switch, the stylish SinkTop Switch™ from InSinkErator® is air-activated and easily mounts to the sink or counter top. It is also ideal for island installations. The SinkTop Switch is for use with all disposers (must have AC power below sink.)
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- Suitable for kitchen island installations
- Kit includes power module with cord, 6 ft. long air tube, satin nickel finish button, and step-by-step installation instructions
- Compatible with all disposers that have AC below the sink
- Additional button finishes available to complement any kitchen decor
CONVENIENT ALTERNATIVE TO A WALL SWITCH!
|Mounts easily to sink or countertop|
|Available in dual and single-outlet design|
|For use with all InSinkErator disposers|
|Finishes available to match most decors|
SINKTOP SWITCH™ KIT INCLUDES:
|6-foot-long air tube|
|Satin Nickel button|
Reviews / Q&A
SinkTop Switch - Single Outlet Satin Nickel is rated out of 5 by 26.
Rated 2 out of 5 by MMcCoy from Switch stopped working Switch suddenly stopped working & nothing we tried to fix it worked.
Date published: 2017-09-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by M2054 from Second defective switch in less than 1 year I had this switch installed last November, had the first one replaced in June and now the second one is not working. The button internals fell apart on the first switch and now the outlet piece is frozen in the on position and will not turn off.
Date published: 2017-09-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by Oeyjay from Not buying any more of these... I am now on my 3rd "kit", even though the air actuated switch is the culprit. But at least I now have 2 extra push buttons and hoses. Why can you not buy these components separately? This is the last one I buy, especially since reviewing other reviews on the product. Very disappointing for a $60 purchase...
Date published: 2017-09-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ronsimmons1263 from Poorly constructed push button. Plastic button failed after several months of use. New push button should be available without having to buy complete unit. Product is over priced to begin with.
Date published: 2017-07-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by RubyRed from Can I just buy a new push button? Worked really well for about 5 months until the push button got stuck down. I tried blowing into the tube to free it but no luck. Is there a way to jut replace this part or do I need to but a whole new unit? I saw some reviews that said this happens "when it gets wet." - it's right next to the sink! Geez...
Date published: 2017-06-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by DAM1 from Cheap components The cheap plastic threaded collar that holds the push button broke rendering the unit useless. It couldn't cost more than a couple of bucks for this part but you can't get one. You have to buy a whole new unit for $60! Why not make the threaded collar out of metal to begin with because there is no way it could handle the fatigue of use over time? Will be looking for another companies switch assembly with better quality.
Date published: 2017-05-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by Techie from Over priced Walmart sells a better quality sinkTop switch for $39.00 and free shipping.
Date published: 2017-05-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by SteveW123 from Good Idea Poorly Built The switch has stopped working within ten months of being installed. Very difficult to access, so replacing it is difficult.
Date published: 2017-05-08
Is this available with a longer shaft on the button?
If not, why not? Mine will not go through far enough to tighten. I have granite counter tops and an underhung sink, total thickness 1 3/4"
Westbrass makes an extended switch shaft compatible with insinkerator.
Date published: 2016-07-07
my sink top air switch button has stuck in the down/pressed-in position - unable to operate disposer - do you have a solution?
I have had this problem. I sprayed some WD-40 in there and it loosened up a bit. If that doesn't work, remove the cover and pull up the button with some needle nose pliers. Then clean out the gap with a Q-tip and some household cleaner. When using the button, don't press it down very far to activate the switch. Good luck.
Date published: 2014-12-20
what is the minimum hole size through the countertop for the air switch?
Hi, this is Jerica from InSinkErator® Customer Service. The InSinkErator SinkTop switch requires a 1 ¼” sink opening. The maximum thickness of sink should be 1 3/8". If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us through [email protected] or call InSinkErator AnswerLine at 1 (800) 558-5700. Thank you.
Date published: 2016-08-27
what is the warranty on this?
Hi, this is Jerica from InSinkErator Customer Service. The InSinkErator SinkTop Switch has one year warranty coverage over the counter. Please keep your purchase receipt to ensure the full warranty coverage of the unit. If you have further inquiries, you may reply to this thread or call the InSinkErator AnswerLine at 1 (800) 558-5700. Thank you.
Date published: 2014-07-26
Can this be used with a hardwired disposal?
My insinkerator disposal is hardwired into my house electrical. In order to use this switch do I have to install a plug on the disposal and then install an outlet under the sink, or is there another way to wire this up?
Hi, this is Jerica from InSinkErator Customer Service. You are correct; the disposer needs to be electrically connected using a power cord to be plugged to the InSinkErator SinkTop Switch’s power module. For the InSinkErator SinkTop Switch’s power module, it also needs to be plugged to a wall outlet for it to work. If you need further assistance, you may reply to this thread or call the InSinkErator AnswerLine at 1 (800) 558-5700. Thank you.
Date published: 2014-08-30