- Pet Door Replacement Flap for the Large Electromagnetic Cat-Mate 256, Dog-Mate 259 and Electronic Cat-Mate 363
- Pet door flap is a tinted polycarbonate design
- Brush weather stripping lines the perimeter of the cat flap
- Replacement flap for dog door or cat door fits Cat Mate 363 and 256 and Dog Mate 259
The Cat Mate 256 and Dog Mate 259 Electronic Pet Doors (discontinued)
This Pet Mate dog door flap replacement is compatible with the Electronic Cat Mate 256 and 363, as well as the Dog Mate 259. The replacement doggie door flaps are identical except for the packaging. One is labeled 'Large Cat' and the other 'Small Dog' (both are compatible with the same door replacement flap).
Cat Mate 363 Electromagnetic Pet Door (discontinued)
Recently the manufacturer combined the CatMate 256 and 259 into a new product model: the Cat Mate 363, which also uses this cat and dog door replacement flap.
To install the Cat Mate Replacement Flap you'll need to remove the frame from the wall or door to install the doggy door replacement flap so that you can force the tiny 'ears' into place in the frame. The frame will need to distort a little for you to be able to do this. For more on how to install a cat door replacement flap, see the installation instructions tab.
For more Cat and Dog Mate dog door replacement parts, check out PetMate Replacement Parts.
Cat Mate / Dog Mate Warranty
3 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Cat Mate / Dog Mate / Ani Mate guarantees your purchase for a period of three years from the date of original purchase against any defect arising due to faulty materials or manufacture. Accordingly any defective item will be repaired free of charge or replaced at the manufacturers option provided that the defect has not been caused by neglect, misuse or normal wear and tear and proof of purchase date is supplied. Your statutory rights are not affected.
For the easiest installation, we recommend removing the frame from the door, wall, or panel first to allow the flap hinges the flexibility to fit into the proper spaces. Once the frame has been removed, place one of the hinges into its proper hole and use a screwdriver to slightly bend out the frame so that the second hinge pops in on the remaining side. Installing the replacement flap with the frame in place limits the overall flap flexibility, resulting in a more difficult installation process.