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Product DescriptionRule Submersible Bilge Pumps have set the standard for the industry for quality, and the Rule 2000 is the best selling high capacity submersible bilge pump in the world. Designed with a silent, vibrationless 12V motor that will not burn out when it is run dry. This bilge pump is totally submersible with moisture-tight teflon seals, anti-airlock protection, stainless steel shafts, and protected ignition. Gas resistant strainer base. 1-1/8" hose outlet.
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Q:We have no water in our boat but brand new Rule bilge pump is giving off low, intermittent buzz or hum, driving us crazy. No sleeping on this boat tonight! What gives?
SoCalAsked on 5/21/2012 by Anonymous from SoCal
Q:RULE 10 2000 pump on a new Catalina 375. It intermittently runs non stop after coming on in AUTO mode and draining the bilge. The only way i can get it to shut off is by flicking the auto/man switch to the man side and then back to auto. I did not get an owners manual with delivery of the boat to troubleshoot the problem I've taken the pump off of the mount and cleaned exposed areas with no luck. Any help would be appreciated.Asked on 10/3/2010 by Greig from Toronto, Canada
A:I apologize, but I would not have any idea why that would be acting that way. I would take that to your local repair shop though, because swapping the pump out may not solve the problem.Answered on 10/20/2010 by Bryant from Tech
A:The problem is in the switching. The manual switch on the dash panel or the switch next to the pump. The float switch by the pump needs to be level because any tilt in any direction will make the switch close and run the pump. There no way the pump can run by itself.Answered on 7/13/2011 by dredge man from arapahoe, ne
Q:Is this the same pump as Rule #6849?Asked on 8/15/2010 by Buzz from Menominee, Mi.
A:I am not showing that as the model number from the vendor.Answered on 10/20/2010 by Bryant from Tech
Q:is this a automatic turn on when the water level reaches a certain point?Asked on 7/10/2009 by Ken from boulder city nv
A:This pump is not automatic. I would say fully automated in the name of the product if they are automatic.Answered on 2/8/2010 by Justin from Overton's
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