03:49PM | 07/08/06
Member Since: 07/07/06
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I was filling a kiddy pool and the water started to get cloudy then the flow stopped. I openned the bleeder on the pump and purged it and it had super flow and then down to nothing in five minutes. I bought this house less than a year ago here is what I know. The well pipe is about 6" dia. I fed a garden hose down and it bottomed out at about 90'ft. The water table is 4 to 5'ft below ground level. the old well pump burned up so I installed a new pump about 4 months and everything was great water was cloudy from time to time. I never had a well before. All I can think is the pipe from the well to the house is bad it is some kind of old plastic. I also suck water out of the top of the well pipe and it was cloudy and this was when the wellpump was running and the water from the pump was clear. If I suck water from deeper is it usally cleaner? I have a Two yr old and a 9month old and need water any help would be great thank you


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