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Thread: Plumbing and electrical ?? for swcg

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    Whatrymes's Avatar
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    May 2011
    E. Bridgewater, MA

    Plumbing and electrical ?? for swcg

    Begining to explore the investment for a swcg. The first questions that come to mind are what is involved for instalation? Is it simple plumbing? What about electricity? Does a new line/circuit need to be run?

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    Silver Spring, MD

    Re: Plumbing and electrical ?? for swcg

    It is all fairly simple. You can almost always run the SWG on the same circuit as the pump. Generally you need to physically mount the control unit to a wall or post, plumb the cell into the plumbing, run electrical to the control box, and connect the cell cord. The complexity of the plumbing depends on the pipe layout to some extent, but most of the time it is easy enough.
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