We do installs all the time and
Sometimes need the old tanks pumped out.
The way your guy did things is highly illegal.
This below about sums...
As of right now, you can't have a well.
The Harris and Galveston subsidence says you can't
Have a well if city water is available.
If a driller...
If the sand is that bad leaving the filter housing before the tank is a good idea. Just the housing NO element. If you have a see through filter...
If the sand is a big problem, they do make a type of sediment remover. It works like your filter but without a filter.
Leave the filter housing...
If the filter is between the pump and tank take it out.
The filter should go after it leaves the tank, that's if you really need the filter at...
Welcome from Texas.
Been doin alright. Thought I would stop in and see how things were going.
You just cant stay away from a great place like this..:)
Good to see some more folks from Texas..:D
Ok lets start with this.
The way it should be wired.
1. The main power comes from the breaker to the relay/contactor.
2. The power goes from the...
Hi and welcome..
There are only 6 things that would stop the pump from working.
The pump it self.
You know the...
If your cut in pressure is.....say, 30psi The pressure in the bladder tank should be 27psi.
You can check this by turning off the pump, drain the...
I try to check in here from time to time.
Dont get to as much as I like tho.
Been putten in a lot of overtime.
The pump doesn't care where the tank is. That would not make any difference. The switch and the tank are the ones that need to stay together.
First off, your driller is not a well driller.
That will make a big difference when it come time to develop the well.
There is a lot more to a...
Do you have a tank and pressure switch?
Good to be back. Been kinda buzzy round here lately. Havent had much time to play on line.
I know there are a few jeep folks on here, so I thought I would share a pic of my 95 wrangler.
Ripped out the 4 banger, and dropped in a 350...
The distance from the house doesn't mean much. I have seen them IN the house. Not a real smart move on their part, but hey its their well..
It sounds like the tank may be waterlogged. If its a bladder tank check the air in the tank.
It should be 2 to 3 psi less that the pressure...
It is a odd round but is amazingly accurate. I have been wanting to find one of them for a while.
Nice little piece there.
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