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Forum: Plumbing and Water Systems & Fixtures 10-18-2018, 10:58 AM
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Because the check valve on the output side would...

Because the check valve on the output side would still allow the pressure (between the pump and the check valve) to back feed through the pump, turning it on to build back up the pressure whereas...
Forum: Plumbing and Water Systems & Fixtures 10-17-2018, 08:33 AM
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Posted By bubbles
Seems to me that if the pump has a hard bypass...

Seems to me that if the pump has a hard bypass issue the check valve should be installed between the tank and the pump (arrow towards pump) so if the pump is used it won't cycle uselessly.
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