Question about Saniflo Plumbing
I have cleaned all the pump and around it. The only way to stop the pump is to turn the main switch off. Model is a Sanislim
SOURCE: We have an onga pump
I don't know this product specifically. I looked it up and it appears that when you are on mains water, the pump doesn't run at all; city water pressure is used and fully adequate.
However, when you are on the tank, the pump runs. All pumps have pressure switches associated with them in a system like this. The pressure switch is supposed to sense the shutoff pressure of the pump & system and stop the pump. Apparently this did work like this in the past. This means that something has changed in the system that lowered the pump shutoff pressure. In most systems you can locate the pressure switch and lower the setting to just below the shutoff pressure of the pump so when there is no water being used, the pump stops. If your Onga switch really has no user serviceable parts then it will have to be replaced. If it can be accessed by the user, lowering the setting slightly will stop the pump.
Sorry that I couldn't be more help.
Your FixYa Texpert,
Posted on Aug 16, 2011
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