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The second control algorithm is available if both control valves fail to respond properly to the control signal and one of the control valves can be opened. Under this condition the second control algorithm will turn on the pump when the level error fall below some predetermined value and turn off the pump when the level error exceeds some predetermined value. This information is used in the mode selection algorithm to determine which of the available control algorithms to be used to control the system.
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