Q. "What happens if there is a loss of power to our home for a long duration of time?"
A. While the system is running a spring loaded solenoid keeps water flowing normally. In the event of the loss of electrical power, the Flo N Stop™ system will automatically shut off the water by releasing the spring. To restore water flow while the power is off, simply turn the manual valve 90° on the solenoid valve. After power is restored be sure to return the manual valve to the closed position.
Q. "What happens if there is a momentary loss of power to our home?"
A. In the event of a momentary loss of electrical power to your residence, the system will automatically shut off the water. To restore water flow, simply press the "on" button located on the button pad.
Q. "How long do the batteries last in the wireless transmitter?"
A. According the manufacturer, the batteries should last about one year, but it is a good idea to test them every month.
Q. "Is there anything else I should know about this system?"
A. Make sure to follow all of the manufacturer's instructions and directions by performing the proper maintenance and inspections to ensure that you are fully protected from flooding -this is ever-so-important with (man-made) safety devices as they will eventually fail.
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