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Product DescriptionThe Rule-Mate series of Automated Bilge Pumps features a pump and a non-mercury float switch in a single, compact housing. When the float rises, the pump turns on. There is no on/off cycling and, therefore, no power use until the pump comes on. The pump remains on until the float drops and the pump senses no load against the impeller. 1-1/8" hose output.
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Q:Does the rule 1100 need to be mounted level? My bilge and hull design is modestly V- shaped with the keel area 5/8 of a inch higher than my mounting location keeping the pump not quite level, please advise!Asked on 5/1/2010 by Anonymous from Sandusky Ohio
A:I would strongly suggest mounting this unit level. The internal float that automatically activates the pump will most likely get hung up if not level. This would cause the unit to turn on and stay on, draining the battery for no good reason.Answered on 5/8/2010 by Triumph 215CC from Long Island NY
Q:is the correct thru hull fitting for this pump 1100 GPH
a 71786Asked on 12/17/2009 by pete from Spring Texas
A:Yes 7186, 74003 and 74006 can all be used.Answered on 12/22/2009 by Bob from Overtons Tech
Q:i lost the directions to my 1100. can i see the wiring instructions on the website?Asked on 7/23/2009 by Teague from Nanjemoy MD
A:Please contact our tech department at 1.800.334.6541 for further informationAnswered on 9/25/2009 by Jordan from Overton's
Q:I need a 1100 gph or greater bilge pump that will accept a 1 1/8th hose...what are the specs for you pumps?!Asked on 6/21/2009 by james from Batesville, AR
A:This item has a 1 1/8" hose barb connection.Answered on 6/25/2009 by Matt from Overtons
Q:Does this item come with the proper hook up wires or do you use the ones already on the boat?Asked on 5/11/2009 by Nick from Sparks Nevada
A:It comes with wiring. If the leads aren't long enough, I would suggest using new wires for a better performanceAnswered on 2/15/2011 by Toby from Overtons Tech. Dept.