Unlike garden pumps, electronic pressure pumps have an integrated pressure switch which deactivates the pump after water has been drawn and reactivates it again when water is being drawn. A garden pump does not have this function. Some garden pumps have a “safe-pump” function that automatically deactivates the pump when there is no water flow, but does not reactivate it when water is drawn. There can be various reasons why the electronic pressure pump isn't switching off. Refer to our Service information about the electronic pressure pump not switching off.
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