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The timer on the pump doesn't appear to function. The pump keeps running, or shuts off intermittently and starts up again without being prompted.

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Pumps usually do not have timers, they are installed separately, where the pump comes into that time or just like a switch, to operate it. so what we need to know here on this forum, so we can assist you better, is what are we working with? Make and model of your equipment and what is it?

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