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Water backs up in the floor drain during heavy downpour even thou

Sump pump is functioning.

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The sump pump shold not be run into the sanitary sewer, but if your floor drain is hooked to a sump pump pit and it doesn';t pump the water before it gets to the drain tile it could come up in the drain,, to solve the problem get a pump that the float is lower in the pit,, suggestion zoeller cast iron submersable pump cost about 100 less the install price, great low profile pump, it keeps less waterin the sump pump pit so there is less mosture

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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    gary miller Jun 30, 2009

    push a hose down the drain and flush it out you might even have to run a snake thru the drain,, it appears the drain is just colgged. check to see if the height of the water in the sump pump pit is higher then the drain, before the pump comes on,, if the level is higher in the pit then the drain, you will need to install a pump that has a lower contact to make the pump come on at a lower level, or even put a deeper pit in

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