As an update, I lost my balance while trying to turn a shutoff due to a leaking outdoor pipe today & I fell on top of the pipes. They broke off below the Tee going to the pressure tank, under the ground going to the house, & after the main shutoff at the tee that splits to barn and front yard.
The house ball valve was already broken (a wing broke off) and it was jammed. The main one was also jammed due to cold. I am going to replace those and I will have to replace the one to the front yard because the fittings are too close I think. I *might* be able to salvage the shutoff to the barn.
I've been wanting to redo stuff, but it will be cold and I will have limited time to work on stuff. My main priority is getting the water to the house fixed-- which is going to suck because it broke off under the ground and some dirt already fell into the pipe. I have a trowel to dig it out tomorrow when it warms up enough.
This is my crappy sketch of how the pipes run:
From what I can recall/tell of the setup it transitions from metal to pvc, then has a horizontal 90 toward the pressure tank. From there it has a vertical 90 down through the top of a vertical tee. Side outlet/inlet goes to an elbow down then to an elbow horizontal to the pressure tank. From the bottom of the tee it has an elbow going horizontal to the main shutoff. Below this tee is where it broke off. After that shutoff it has a tee that branches to the house water from the outlet/inlet and the side continues to another tee that goes to the outdoors (I think the barn), after that 2nd tee is a shutoff for more outside area (I believe the front yard). The house waterline has a shutoff that was broken. All 3 shutoffs lead to 90s that go down into the ground. The one for the house broke off below ground.
I need to replace it all and am thinking of streamlining it a little bit better so it won't be so convoluted. I'm thinking of adding/moving the main shutoff before the pressure tank (in case the pressure tank ever needs to be replaced or moved or whatever) then I can maybe rotate the pressure tank and possibly raise it up more (if possible) so I won't need quite as many elbows. I'm thinking of having the tee run horizontally instead of vertically if I can manage it. But we'll see how things work. I only bought 3 more shutoffs as there were only 3 that worked in the store (others wouldn't turn). But I got 3 tees, about 6 couplings, 6 elbows, etc... Hopefully those will all work.
Any suggestions on how to rig it (this will be temporary until I get get a better setup and eventually move the pump up)?
This is the current setup with breaks marked and some ideas but need more streamlining.