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When installing a sump pump can you down size the pipes from one and a half inches to three quarters of an inch safely?


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2005-03-17 05:12:27
2005-03-17 05:12:27

Here is some info that might help. In short though, a reduction of that size is not advisable as it could cause excess pressure and reduce the performance of the pump. http://www.zoeller.com/zcopump/TechBriefs/HomesHiddenAlly.htm Good Luck. Tom

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