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As more water is pumped put of the ground, what will happen to the water table? how will this affect the wells?

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We lived and raised our children in South Dakota. When the big farms started irrigating our 30 foot bored well water level dropped. When we brought this up we were told to dig a deeper well. We could not afford it. 300 foot wells were expensive. We learned how to recycle bath and laundry water. We got our kids raised up.

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What causes a well to lose prime


Generally, that happens when you draw so much water that the foot valve starts sucking air instead of water.

An unused well has a certain amount of "head", or surplus water in it above the foot valve. The top of the water will be just about at your area's water table, the foot valve will be below that.

As you use water, if you use it faster than the water table can replenish it from the bottom or sides of the well, the water level in the well gradually drops until it reaches the foot valve. At that point, air gets drawn into the suction line & travels up to the pump as a big bubble. If the bubble is big enough, the pump loses prime (it can't draw more water, all it can do is stir that air bubble around).

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My alarm on my liberty sump pump is going off. Its a brand new house a little over year old. What is the problem, because I can still hear water being pumped.


While it still pumping, the unit recognizing the water table being higher than expected. Could happen for a few hours after a serious down-pour. If it's longer, would seek professional assistance to figure out if your pump's output works properly, or you have just too much ground water coming in. Don't wait too long. If it's a unit defect after all, it should still be under warranty, according to manual at libertypumps . It also describes how the water sensor is supposed to be mounted. Make sure it didn't fall off (into the water).

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Is it ok to drain an in ground pool


CAUTION !!! WARNING !!! some pools are next to the water table and will POP out of the ground. no joke and not cool.THEY FLOAT LIKE A BOAT most pools have a plug in the main drain and will need a pump placed on it to pull the water from around the pool out of the ground for SAFE POOL REPAIRS !..any lakes around you ? this can help you judge your water table in your area.. THAT being said if you know your high and dry .. suck away..
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We have a 400 year old house, and have a problem with a large amount of water pooling in the kitchen. We are having trouble establishing where it is coming from, with no obvious leaks found as yet. The...


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First verify you have nothing leaking in your kitchen.Sink, refrige,drains.Heating system is it hot water? make sure its not leaking also.

Im guessing this home is on a slab or has no basement?One way to find out if the water table is high is too go outside and dig down about 2 feet on all 4 sides of the house.Wait about 4 to 6 hours and see if the holes fill with water.If any of them do then you have a high water table or the old well is filling up.
Your water main if its city water should come in off the street,find the shut off near the curb and follow it too the house.
As far as testing the water,your local health department or water dept should be able to test it for you.

Or there are some places to get your own.http://www.filtersfast.com/water-test-kit-cat.asp

If the water table is that high your going to need to have a contractor pump the ground out by putting long pipes in the ground and hoses and actually pumping out the water.Or have the well sealed and filled.

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