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I have a coleman sump pump 1/3hp 3420gph 33-aep that I just installed in my basement and all the water has been pumped out of my hole but the pump will not stop. It is my understanding that the pump is suppose to stop until the water gets to a certain level then it will start pumping again. Need help?

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since the hole is at the bottom of the tank, no amount of idea or solution that be given to you that will permanently solve the problem because water will always remain at the bottom of the tank and the more the pressure, the more the hole will expand or getting worse because of the pressure or weight of the water at the bottom. Even the temporary solution will not last long since it is at the bottom where all the weight of the water is been exacted.

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disassemble the pump by removing the c-shaped ring aroudn the metal cap. a flathead screwdriver will work to pry off the ring.

pull out the pump assembly. The end is probably a old dried out leather ring. It needs oil (car motor oil shoudl be fine) and it needs to make a tight seal.

if it is too loose, it might be possible to press it out to make it wider. If not, it needs to be replaced. The pump assembly is about 8 dollars at many stores.

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check the float. It probably needs an adjustment or cleaning.

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