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  1. I agree with the noise. I can hear it rumbling...

    I agree with the noise. I can hear it rumbling all night long. I googled a drainage culvert and the only drainage I can see empties out into the street along with the pump's water ouput :( . I...
  2. I was asking about leaving it submerged is...

    I was asking about leaving it submerged is because I was considering moving the float to above the pump. I'd like to know if I can leave the pump submerged and only pump out the top 1 foot of water...
  3. err... here's what I meant to say: When not...

    err... here's what I meant to say:
    When not raining -- leave it the pump completely submerged and off. Will this water damage the pump? I thought submersible can mean that it is can temporarily...
  4. Leaving submersible sump pump submerged 99% of the time ok?

    A few years ago we had 2 sump pits put in by a contractor. One sump pit hardly has water in it, while our other sump pit constantly has water in it and stops filling up a few inches from the top. ...
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