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Old 15-05-2015, 03:52   #16
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Re: Emergency Plugs

Originally Posted by transmitterdan View Post
One thing to keep in mind about submersible pumps is cooling. Most of them must stay submerged in water as part of their cooling design. If they are operated not fully submerged they can get smoking hot. So check the setup and be sure your dewatering solution does not become a fire hazard.
That's a good thing to think about, thanks. With this in mind that Honda unit or the like wouldn't be an issue sine they are not designed as submersibles.

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