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Hey there BilgeD,I like your comment about the diverter. Makes kind of sense to me, but am a bit confused why that would mean no need for a drain line. Is it that the water overflow then just flows back out the diverter and down the rain spout, bc it's at the same height? Am i understanding the physics of that right? (otherwise if the diverter is too high, the pressure wouldn't allow that) Thanks a bunch :)
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