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Old 10-18-2013, 05:39 PM   #11
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1- will be in the water in pipe. Open drain valve some you will have the gurgling noise then insert the airline wou will have to adjust how much to put in based on noise. You should be virtually silent. Just have to find that sweet spot.

2- above water line but below tank top. Think of it as a type of high water level limit.

Test the power outage multiple times to make sure its all working. My old tank I ended up installing a float switch in the tank to prevent overflows that cut power to main pump.
Thanks. So I had originally closed the drain pipe some to raise the water level. Should I open it up all the way now, just a little or leave it same? I just keep lowering the tube into the durso pipe hole until its quiet? I assume I tie the other end first so I can play with it

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Old 10-18-2013, 05:50 PM   #12
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I would open it a little. Hope its not too confusing. its hard to explain in text format

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