Question about Flotec 1/4 Horsepower Sink Pump System
Flotec device for a basement sink. The pump doesn't go on even though the float is well above the level at which the pump should start. When you touch the float the pump starts. There does nto appear to be any obstruction of the float? Help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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1 inch of water is probably not enough water to set off the pump. The water level must be high enough to float the switch ball beyond 90 degrees of level before it will activate the pump. The pump will not evacuate all of the water there will always be some water left in the tank this prevents the pump from a dry start.
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