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Old 01-26-2010, 08:22 PM   #1
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How often to replace a sewage lift pump?


Our home is 37 years old and still has the original lift pump for sewage form the bathrooms. It seems to be working well but I am wondering if it is better to replace it before it dies or just wait. I realize that a good old one is better than a newer one that is factory defective. The unit is sealed in the basement sump pit. The house is a tri level with a basement.

Thanks for your input.

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