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Look at the piping to each fixture. If they are flexible lines you can easily swap them after turning off the water supply. The fixtures themselves are the same so that is not a problem. You can choose to make the swap at the shut-off valves or at the fixture which ever is most convenient. If the lines are the solid copper type you can bend them around to do the job if they are not to short. If line length is a problem I recommend replacing one or both with the flexible type from Home depot or wherever. The type that looks like braided stainless steel is best. Rubber hoses will end up making your water taste funny.
It sounds like the pocket developed for your wellpoint has collapsed. In order to redevelop it, you must pump water down into the well pipe for some time. I'm not sure how long. This opens up a pocket for your point so that it has no contact with sand. Of course, everything else must be flushed to remove the sand from your entire system. Goos luck!
If your tank is very old than there might be accumulation of rust and debris on bottom of tank, try and purge the tank put a garden hose on the lower most water fitting at the bottom of your unit and drain the tank. Be sure to shut off the water inlet. You might even have the booklet still taped to the side of your unit and it will explain how to flush your unit.You might also want tot think about replacing your anode rod it is probably toast if old unit.
I would shop around for a different water filter supplier...there is no reason ofr that happening unless you are not changing the filters regularly...like once a month...
most filters are a standard size and it should be easy to get them somewhere else...
The short answer is no.
You will not get any flow and wreck the pump.
Go to a Home Depot, Lowe's or Plumbing Supply House and get a 100' roll of black Poly Pipe and roll that out over the ground. The check also has to be at the end of the pipe and the pipe shoud slop away from the pump if possible. This will make it much easier to prime the pump. Air will cause the pump to lose it's prime so you want to get all of th air possible out of the pipe before starting the pump.
I hope that this will help you to solve your problem!
Sounds like the thermostat is bad and it is over heating. So please turn the power off till you can look at it. If it stays liek this and that is the problem you can kill someone and also blow your house up.