|Posted by hj on March 22, 2002 at 22:50:28:|
|In response to Re: sump pumps|
Look in the sump pump pit and watch while the water is pumped out. When the pump shuts off, if the water starts filling the pit again, you have a bad check valve. If water comes in the pipe in the side of the pit, then you have a water infiltration problem and it could be a high water table, but is more likely a water leak.
: I rent a 3 level townhouse; and the landlord told me there is a "sump pump" by the furnace. The "sump pump" comes "on" continuously day and night. Is this normal? The noise it makes is driving me crazy. Thanks.
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