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Question DetailsAsked on 6/25/2015

Is there a sewer company with experience in servicing a Cellar Master flood control unit?

We have a flood control unit in the basement that was manufactured by or private labeled for Cellar Master. The unit must be 60+ years old but it has operated without fail for decades. Within the last few years the only remaining service company (Elio Anfuso) went out of business. Murphy's Law - it is now on the fritz. Every one that has looked at this unit has refused to service it. We've had a long line of folks willing to install an entirely new unit or to take the sewer line overhead - $$$$$$. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!

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this company went out of business due to lack of customer support these units have to be serviced once a year ,,, most people only service them when it is broken . how can a service company afford to stay in business ??? They are good units when they are working but service is a must good luck with your quest Ive done the research there is no body else that knows about the operation of these units try a person with boiler knowledge they will understand the contol circut but be prepared to pay ps the contactor coil puts out 340volts so be very carefull GOOD LUCK

Answered 3 years ago by stationaryeng




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