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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by greenmonster304, Feb 16, 2009.
I hooked up this slop sink and ejector pump for one of my customers today.
Seems like an awful lot of work just to have some water down there.
Looks good. Sure beats cleaning gutters and painting cabinets.
It's only a slop sink if there's drainage going into it.
could have upgraded the timer, too.
That doesn't look like a GFI receptacle......
How can you tell if that's a GFI? It is obviously a square receptacle. The plug could be hiding the reset buttons.
GM304 did a nice clean install.
Not to mention the plumbing is not even close to code worthy.
Wow, rough crowd. Basement GCFI are usually dedicated breakers, not wall trips, and the plumb job looks clean to me. I don't think Kiril actually survives in the real world.
Kiril is referring to the lack of hammer arrestors, which would be proper in the real world.