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    Drew Delaney, J.D., CLCSPRO
    Commercial Lines Producer, Secure Investors Group, INC, Troy, Michigan
    Sometimes.  It really depends upon the terms of your insurance contract.

    If a covered peril occurs (e.g. explosion) and it damages your septic system or a pipe leading into your home from the sewer that could be covered.  In this instance you will have to peruse your policy for a specific exclusion to septic/sewer damage to see if your claim will be denied.

    If your septic system just stops working, however, there is no coverage for this.  Normal wear and tear or just age is not a covered peril.  That could be a warranty claim against the manufacturer. 

    I hope this helps.
    Answered on June 28, 2013
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