|Posted by hj on March 18, 19101 at 19:37:01:|
|In response to Re: Ejector Pump and the "float" thingy|
He may have secured it too low, or too far from the float. When the water pumps down the float has to be able to hang down to shut the pump off.
: My husband and I purchased a house which recently had a basement bathroom installed. The basement bathroom has an ejector pump. We thought it was broken, because it never went on, and the sewerage actually backed up into the shower. We purchased a new pump (Flowtech). Turns out that the problem has something to do with the position of the float. In it's current position the water (sewerage) would back up into the shower before the pump would kick in, leading my husband to believe that it was set too high.
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