A: The "black puck" type sounds like you might have a diaphragm style switch. If you have 2 cords going to your outlet, and they piggy-back into the wall outlet, you can change to a tether style float switch. But you cannot change to the vertical style float switch.
A: The Wayne CDU790 pump has a 3 year warranty for manufacturing defects.
A: No. It is too heavy.
A: Hello Customer, Thank you for your question. No, this pump cannot be used for that application. Please look into actual pool cover pumps for your application. Thank you again for your question,
A: No, it is too heavy and it would not remain upright. Google pool cover pumps.
A: Yes, the white floater if lifted will shut the pump. Its a very powerful pump capable of clearing water specially if you have a gravel or dirt basement. I bought it and hsve it installed on all year on one of my rentall units in Worcester MA
A: The CDU980E, 120 volt sump pump has a mechanical float switch that activates the pump. When the water level reaches 9" from the bottom of the pump, the pump will turn on. When the water level drops down to 4" from the bottom of the pump, the pump with shut off.
A: Yes it does. When the float rises to the max it kicks on the pump to start pumping.
A: The float switch is activated by rising water around the sump pump. Not clear about powered float switch but I have been very pleased with my 3/4” Wayne sump pump.
|Name||1/2 HP Cast Iron Sump Pump with Vertical Float Switch||1 HP Sump Pump||3/4 HP Pro Snap Action Sump Pump||1 HP Stainless Steel Dual Suction Sump Pump|
|Discharge Flow @ 0 ft. (gallons/hour)||5100||6100||6000||6500|
|Housing Material||Steel||Stainless steel||Cast-Iron||Stainless steel|
|Impeller Material||Plastic||Thermoplastic||Cast Iron||Thermoplastic|
|THD SO SKU||1004032705||1004136670|
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