Alright, I just installed the new sump assembly and everything was working great until one of the pumping stages kicked in and it started puking water all over the floor. I tipped it back over and checked underneath and couldn't find anything disconnected or loose. The only thing that was wet was a little bit on the black hose that goes into the side of the sump (not the one near the corrugated drain hose). I noticed one of the tiny wires was stuck in the hose between the flange and the hose, so I removed that and reassembled it. Tried it again and got the same problem. This time it happened right away in "normal" mode. I tipped it back over and checked everything again and ran it in "quick cycle" it was bone dry until about 10min in when it went to a pumping stage and it started dumping water out again like crazy. Again, I tipped it back over and only saw a droplet of water on that same black hose. Am I missing something? I was going to go get some new hose clamps to replace the compression clamps on there and give it another try. I really want to avoid flooding my hardwood floor for a third time though. None of the sump assembly or anything else underneath is wet.