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  1. $pit

    Sewage Basin

    Thank you both for your information. I agree with your feedback it would be best to salvage what is there before ripping out the whole thing. If I did have to break up the concrete and remove the old basin, is there any guidance on how far from the lip of the basin the concrete needs to be broken?
  2. $pit

    Sewage Basin

    In an attempt to replace a basement sewage ejector pump, I noticed that the sewage basin was completely dry. It has been several years since the pump worked. I decided to fill the basin with 3 gallons of water and toilet bowl cleaner and test the level after one night. The basin was...
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