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"Solenoid". No, you probably don't need one. You shouldn't even HAVE one.

I suspect strongly that you need to prime the new pump. There should be a priming plug on the top of the pump. Remove the plug and pour water into it. Replace the plug quickly and turn on the pump immediately.

You may need to do this several times before the pump starts drawing water. You can hear the change in pump sound when it starts moving water.

It does help, while you're priming, to close any valve you find between the pump and the pressure tank. As soon as the pump draws water, slightly open that valve or the pump will cycle on & off very rapidly. When the pressure tank is pretty full of water (you're getting fairly significant pressure on the gauge), open that valve fully.

I always liked to have a globe valve on top of the pump with a bell reducer and cap above that for priming purposes. The globe valve permits VERY fast pump repriming, and the bell reducer acts like a funnel, making it easy to pour water in. With the globe valve closed (normal operation), the cap doesn't even have to be tight - I need no tools to prime my pump that way.

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My titan 330 airless paint spray will not shut off while primming


Airless paint sprayers should not turn off while in prime mode. As long as the prime valve is open the motor can pump paint but the system will not build any pressure. Once the prime valve is closed the pump should pump paint into the hose until it gets to the pressure level required to turn the motor off. If the pump does not turn off with the prime valve closed, it could be that the spring in the valve is weak and won't hold the valve closed under pressure. If the hose is up to pressure and the motor just keeps trying to pump paint, you may have a bad pressure sensor or it is disconnected from the circuit board.

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Our sewer pump loses prime, when we manually re-prime it will pump but constantly loses prime.


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the check valve is by far the easier of the two to replace id start with that one first some waste water pumps have two check valves on them one on suction line and one on discharge line (if over 10 feet high)

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Had to replace shallow well pump. Bought jet pump (used to have centrifugal pump), and installed it. Had to replace inline check valve, losing well prime. Priming pump does not accomplish the job. ...


Hi,
Aj, do you have a foot valve on the bottom of the pipe in the well?? The jet pump needs to have a foot valve to hold the water in while priming it... you also have to carefully design the system and prime it in such a way as to eliminate all of the air in the piping. A jet pump will not pull the water and expel the air like a centrifugal pump will...

I think the part you are missing is the foot valve...

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How do i prime an onga pump from repressuring to primiing


Open the priming port at the discharge pipe. Close the discharge valve and fill the priming port with water until it is full. Power up and switch on the pump. While running, slowly open the discharge valve until the water
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