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    In all of Zoeller's instructions for our sewage...

    In all of Zoeller's instructions for our sewage ejector pumps, it specifically states, "NO SANITARY NAPKINS!":o
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    It's your basin, you can do what ever you want...

    It's your basin, you can do what ever you want with it! Some people drill holes, some people just cut slits in the sides with a skill saw! You can do what ever works best for your application!
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    I agree with most of the above!:D As for as...

    I agree with most of the above!:D

    As for as there being 3" of water left in the pit, the impeller in this pump is 3" from the bottom of the legs! That means even if you use a tethered switch and...
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    Are you pumping into a pressurized force main...

    Are you pumping into a pressurized force main sewer?
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    No, it doesn't reduce anything, I have had this...

    No, it doesn't reduce anything, I have had this come up before, the only thing that could happen is that the pump could "unscrew" itself from the discharge pipe.

    This has happened before because...
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    With seawater, you might find more of the bronze...

    With seawater, you might find more of the bronze pump in these applications, but the reason we offer it is that our competitors offer it.

    If the plastic plug was in place when you got the pump,...
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    The bronze pump is going to be less corrosive...

    The bronze pump is going to be less corrosive than the epoxy coated all cast iron model. The build up of rust on the outside of the pumps is not going to cause one problem what so ever! We have...
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    Is the weep hole you drilled in the discharge...

    Is the weep hole you drilled in the discharge pipe under water when the punp turns on? If it is you will need to drill another hole up higher on the pipe so that the water level never reaches it!
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    No it is not going to matter which basin you use,...

    No it is not going to matter which basin you use, they are going to be made out of "poly" or fiberglass and both will do the job you want them to do!
  10. Thread: Sump Pump Levels...

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    I would have the pump turning on right before the...

    I would have the pump turning on right before the water level reaches the drain tiles.
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    Contact RUGGED on here, he's got the good stuff!

    Contact RUGGED on here, he's got the good stuff!
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    You should be able to just replace the check...

    You should be able to just replace the check valve and that will take care of it!
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    If your local code does not require an outside...

    If your local code does not require an outside vent, then why vent it at all, it is outside correct? The 4" incoming line is going to have enough air in it for the pump to operate correctly!
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    If you are picking up the M-53 you will not have...

    If you are picking up the M-53 you will not have a problem with it! If you are picking up any pump right now, you are not going to have a problem with it! It was for only some ofthe pumps that were...
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    Appreciate it!:D

    Appreciate it!:D
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    The pumps are the 53, 57, 151, 152, 153, and the...

    The pumps are the 53, 57, 151, 152, 153, and the model 48. If any of these pumps that have the 20' cords and if that cord has "phillippines" stamped on the plug, then there could be a grounding...
  17. Thread: Sump pump question

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    The 57 and 507 will require a pit size of 18" dia...

    The 57 and 507 will require a pit size of 18" dia X 24" deep minimum.

    Mark is right, the 585 will out perform the 507, heck it even out performs the 57! If you are in a low flow application, the...
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