replying to SusanneX10, Iggy wrote:
Not necessarily. The Pump may be blocked on its underside or inlet, the Check
Valve may have been installed backwards or the drain pipe may be clogged inside
or outside. Call a plumber in to assess the pump and sump and entire
installation. Any repairs are extremely easy to test immediately for full and
replying to SusanneX10, Norajhon wrote:
Install the new pump above the sump and run water and drain lines. A
battery-powered pump is a great backup for your main sump pump, especially if
your house is supplied by a well.
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