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Old 10-23-2012, 06:02 PM   #1
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sump level

How to the proper level in the sump?

Ok, I can draw a mark level on my sump glass and use it for compensating evaporation.
But, if for some reason the pump is turned off,the water flows from the display tank and changes the level.When I turn it on again the level will stabilizes in a different mark.I can adjust it again closing or opening the cock in the drain hose ,but if there's no person to do it, the level will remain at the improper level.How to correct this?
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