04:02PM | 02/22/05
Member Since: 02/17/05
6 lifetime posts
I recently e-mailed you about my new pressure switch, and how it will not shut off while we are running our water from our well, I will refresh a little of our conversation, We replaced our 3/4HP, deep well submersible pump, with a 1HP, it delivered water to our trailer, then the pressure switch wouldn't shut off, we pulled the pump out checked everything, put it back and we got water, same thing happened again to pressure switch, we then pulled the pump, checked for how much water in well, replaced all rope, wire, started up again, the pressure switch did the same thing, we then replaced the pressure switch, and got a new bladder tank , all new pipes inside and outside, we turned on the water and thought it was running fine, then same thing again with the pressure switch. I called Ron Evans Enterp. today and tried to ask some questions, this is who we purchased our stuff. They wouldn't help, said I could hire a person from them, I said I can't, I already spent all my money here with you.HA.HA. Can you think of anything?




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