I suppose it can but in my experience the trip switch goes before that happens.Kilkis wrote:A lot of swimming pools in Crete have a pump house that is well below ground level. If that starts to fill with water during the rainy season it can blow the main pool pump, which can be expensive to replace. People usually install a float operated drainage pump to pump out any rainwater ingress. I've not seen any with an actual sump although it would make sense.
Kilkis wrote: I've not seen any with an actual sump although it would make sense.
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