I built a bcs panel using ebrewsupply's book. Im about ready to actually plug in elements and pumps to do a water walk through test, but was wondering about the pump ssr's current leakage. There is lot of threads that a little leaking is normal, usually element LEDs, but when should you be concerned? I have three ssr's each controlling a pump, and they vary from 8-11volts. It seems like that would be bad for the pump? It's probably not enough to turn on the pump, but would it wear down the motor because it's underpowered? it seems like that low voltage measurement is never the same. Sometimes it's 3v, sometimes 8volts. I just replaced one of the ssr's because when I measured it, it was at 108volts off. That one I figured would turn on the pump, and that was most likely defective, so I swapped it with a new one and now it's in the 8-11v range. Does the ssr fail at one time, or does it gradually get worse? Should I periodically check the off voltage to make sure it doesn't increase overtime to like 20v, 30v, or more volts? If so, when is too much to power to be harmful to the pump?