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Pump looses pressure when in use. what is wrong with it. where do we look for answers.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If this is the pump I am thinking of, it should drain if you disconnect the hose to the pressure tank.
The other option is to place a "T" connection on the intake to the pump, between the pump and well. Place a garden hose valve on the new branch. After you drain your system, attach a 2' hose to the new valve and place the other end into some antifreeze. Run the pump to draw some antifreeze into the unit. This will protect it from freezing and rust over the winter.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
The Float Switch (2) automatically switches on and off at a water depth of approxi. mately 4 inches. The ON/OFF height can be manually changed by adjusting the Float Switch Lock.
Posted on Jan 28, 2011
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