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Reverse Tether Float Switch
For applications where minimal liquid levels are necessary

Designed For Storage Tank Applications
Used to fill & maintain water levels

10 ft. Piggy-Back Power Cord
Makes installing this switch an easy task

For Use With Manual Sewage And Sump Pumps
Not For Basement Sump Pump Use


Overview
Weight
2 Pounds
Product Length
120 Inches
Consumer Warranty
1 Year
Model
450462
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Vinnie
Southborough, MA
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 9/9/12
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OCT.
01
2012
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Installed my new Bur-Cam sewer ejector replacement pump 2 weeks ago and had some problems (not caused by pump). I hired a plumber to install the pump and he didn't set the float, which made the sewer water rise above the tank, hence causing the sewer water pour out where the floor and toilet meet: "YUK".

Secondly, you need to drill a 1/4" inch hole into the 2-inch PVC discharge coupling that's screwed into the pump to prevent an airlock from occurring (Just like in the... more
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