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Old 12-17-2010, 10:17 AM
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Good to know!!! Thanks guys!!! Have a safe and Happy Holidays!!
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And, yes, Jim's correct. The only reason for removing a pump in the winter is if the water in the pump will freeze, Considering the installation water depth of most submersibles, this isn't likely except maybe in far North.
Or if you have a pond/waterfall built above ground.
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That's what i have heard/read, but again its 68 degrees today...but we do get some snaps of freezing, just not enought to warrant taking the pump out....thanks again for all the advice peeps!!
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