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Posted by Anonymous on
There could be a clog in your septic tank output line and your pump is not working. You can call a local contractor to find whats wrong and fix it quickly. Otherwise it can cause drainage backup and other septic tank issue.
If you need any septic tank parts, you can order it online.
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Posted on Apr 08, 2016
Could be. could also be a clogged output line, a blockage in the septic field, even a sock stuck in the intake of the pump.
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