Greetings everyone. I searched thoroughly through the forums to find an answer relative to the problem I am experiencing. I just purchased a home last month which had a new septic system installed in 2018. The tank overflowed initially after moving in and I found simply that the fuse had blown on the main panel, most likely after a power outage and I never noticed it. I had a septic company come out and completely drain the system. A few days ago, the high water alarm went off. I went out and removed the 3rd tank cover and saw that it was full. Switching the control panel from auto to manual did nothing. Upon inspection I found the wiring box next to the tank was filled with sewage so I drained it out and cleaned all of the connections. I tested the 3 floats for resistance and they all seem to work okay. The pump just wouldn't come on. I directly wired the pump to an exterior outlet and the pump came right on. I believe the 2nd float is the pump float. When I manually raise it, you can hear something click in the control box but nothing happens. So the pump works fine. The floats seem to be working correctly, but the pump won't turn on without bypassing the whole system. Any ideas on what else may be preventing the pump from coming on? I took a few photos so you can see what I am working with. Thank you in advance for any knowledge you can share, it's greatly appreciated.