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The handle for the faucet on the CS27 lifts up and acts as a hand pump if the electric pump is not turned into. The faucet it self has an electric switch attached to it, a push button switch that opens when you lift or open the faucet. When the switch is on the electric pump will start. However, the switch can stick and if it does it will not turn the pump on. The switch works the opposite of most push button switches of this type so it may be difficult to find a replacement if it goes. You can take apart the faucet by removing some pins in the handle to get at the switch. Replacement faucets of the same designs are still available online.

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Re: Water System Op

Originally Posted by Patrick.a7 View Post
Thank you. I now have water in my sinks. Although, it still has antifreeze in it.
Run the water until the pink runs out. Put another couple gallons of water in your tank and run out again. Do this several times before filling the tank completely.
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