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Posted by David on March 28th, 2003 08:24 PM
In reply to Excellent Point.... by Dodgeman on March 28th, 2003 04:07 PM [Go to top of thread]

Al, to determine if it is a stuck float, which does sound to be the case barring Mongo's idea, you might be able to "jar" it free by shaking the discharge pipe a little. If that does the trick, then you know what the trouble is, and could even bypass opening the pit if you wished to simply monitor the situation for a while. Still, in the end, it wouldn't hurt to check it out soon & re-center the pump so this doesn't happen again. Good luck

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