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ELPO uses a lot of water, can there be any water damage from it?

The risk of water damaging the surroundings is the same as a coffee maker. We have sensors in place for any electrical fault, that automatically shut  down the irrigation system and sends us a message. We still carry the responsibility of dealing with any damage ELPO causes, but the chance is very small.

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