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Wednesday, April 2nd 2014, 6:55am

by Wet_Boots

Absolutely not. The relay must be kept dry, and a valve box by definition is anything but dry. Even though you are removing the structure the relay was located in, you still have to provide a secure above-grade setting for the relay.

Monday, March 31st 2014, 9:10pm

by (Guest)

pump start relay

Is there any scenario in which a pump start relay box can be buried in a valve box? My existing relay box is mounted in an old well house that is being demolished and sidewalk surrounding the house makes mounting it elsewhere difficult.