North Texas Septic
Alarm / Smell



I have an alarm!!!

Procedures to Resolve Alarm Situations

Red Light and Alarms: First silence the alarm with the switch on the control panel.

Air compressor not working
Check breaker in control panel
Check clear tube coming from the A/C going to air switch at bottom of panel
Check rubber hose connection from A/C to air line going to tank
Does the air line have cracks, holes or is it kinked
High Water Alarm - Water in pump tank is above normal level:
Check level of water in tank
Check breaker controlling pump in control panel
Probable situations causing this problem:
Water pump to sprinklers not working
Float that controls pump on/off not functioning properly
If your toilets are “gurgling” or are slow flushing you may open the outside cleanouts to relieve the pressure and drain the pipes under your house onto the lawn. You would rather have the sewage on the lawn than the inside floor.
Sprinklers not spraying properly:
Filters in bottom of sprinklers clogged
Pump screen is clogged up
Break in sprinkler line

Not able to resolve the situation call North Texas Septic at 682-225-2768 and schedule a visit by one of our certified technicians.

 














 

North Texas Septic
Conventional and Aerobic Systems Specialist

P.O. Box 288
Rhome, TX 76078
Ph: (682) 225-2768
Fax: (817) 636-9065

Office Hours:
Monday-Friday
8:30am - 5:30pm (CST)





         



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