04:48PM | 02/23/05
Member Since: 02/17/05
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Lonnythe plumber, I have talked to you before, We are the couple whose submersible well pump wen't bad, we replaced the pump with a Myers 1HP, our old one was a 3/4HP. We bought everthing to replace the old pipes, inside and outside our home. We puchased a new 42gallon Bladder tank, we checked the well for water, it has plenty, we started the well up, and the pressure switch, wouldn't stop working, it clicked on and off 18 times as I counted, We returned the pressure switch to the store, got a new one, it did the same thing, we then pulled the pump, checked it out it was ok. we are at a loss, my husband goes and turns the pump on ,holds the pressure switch in, and I in the house, fills up containers, then we shut it back off. Is it possible that two pressure switches could of been bad, and also I read the book on the Bladder tank, it said it came from the factory with 40lbs pressure, then it says, reduce the pressure in the tank to 18psi, so my husband did, that didn't work, we have spent a fortune, and we have called Myers about the pump, and Franklin Elec. about the pressure switch, but have gotten nowhere. Have you any ideas.



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