Are you saying that the splash guard can be replaced by simply pulling the old one up and inserting the new one? In effect nothing has to be taken apart?
ANSWER Mike, Yes, it should be that simple and easy. "It may be as high as a 1, Make sure the disposal switch is off, reach into the center opening, Grasp the flaps and pull straight up and out. Insert the new guard ( you can use some liquid soap as a lubricant) In the opening and press down on the guard until it reaches the bottom of the opening and rests on the retension ring in the metal case." Thanks and Good Luck
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Thursday, April 26, 2012