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Old 06-01-2012, 02:39 PM   #15
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I havent been able to see anything on the top of my tank. I can see one small side of the tank (can tell how much water is in there) that is near the same basement storage as the water pump.

It was really weird, it dumped alot of water right about when the tank reached 95% full. once I drained probably 10-15 gallons out, I was good too go. Somehow maybe the pressure from the hose and with something on the top of the tank loose or broken, the water was able to hit my carpet.

Is there any other better ways to access the top of the tank? I tried getting in there with a flashlight but the space it tiny.

Thanks for all the help so far. -Zach

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Old 06-01-2012, 02:54 PM   #16
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About the only thing I can think of is that perhaps there's an access above in the house. Maybe under the carpet. This kind of seems like the kind of problem you'd want to just 'work around' because I can imagine it being very expensive. Best guess is that the factory didn't connect the vent hose correctly and it popped off. When I fill my tank at a park with high pressure, it can really shoot out the overflow when it gets near full and then keep burping out more water for a while after turning off the water. (Another reason I don't often fill it).

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