septic tank issue

here in the dallas area we have weird septic systems...designed by baylor university.
the system has 3 tanks. first is a solids settling tank. liquor overflows into an aeration tank into which air is pumped from a pump on the surface.
water from this overflows into a holding tank into which is added bleach. when the water level reaches a certain level this is sprayed on the lawn (yes...this happens).
question is about the aerator pump. this is a 24/7 pump having a check valve with a sensor on the output.
right now the pump shuts down about every 4 hours. the system is microprocessor controlled. if i disconnect the power and reset the system the pump resets and all is fine...for about 4 hours.
any ideas?
problems don't get any better than this!
thanks all...
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On Jul 7, 9:45?pm, snipped-for-privacy@comcast.net wrote:

what a interesting system........ you probably need to check with whoewver installed it
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" snipped-for-privacy@aol.com" wrote:

Isn't that a pretty standard aerobic system used in areas with poor soil drainage i.e. clay? Any septic service company in the area should be able to service it.
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snipped-for-privacy@comcast.net wrote in news:m4g0935oor5l6f7t070n66df4digl8l9b2@ 4ax.com:

Sounds like it's might be tanked :-)

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Pete's probably right. You could also check with Baylor who designed it but they'll probably refer you to an installer and we're back to Pete's comment. I guess I didn't need to post this. ;-)
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