Question about Washing Machines
I have a 400 foot deep home water well. Everything seems to be working fine ie. pressure is holding when not using water, pump turning on and off at proper pressure, plenty of water, etc. Here is my question...at the well head where the cover is on the casing I can hear and feel air escaping around the cover. What can it be? The holding tank is holding pressure, the pump isn't on, everything is quiet except for the air coming out of the hole. Any ideas...
Two things maybe. Are you sure the air is coming out? Not in? If its after the pump stops and then stops after a while it may water rising back up into the sleeve after the pump stops. If you can hear it while the pump is running then maybe its the opposite. Hold a flame near the sound tho see which way the air is going.
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FH error is displayed when the control detects no water entering the machine. To clear this error press and hold the PAUSE/CANCEL button twice. You can then check if the water inlet valve is fine and not clogged with foreign particles, try to clean it. If the water inlet valve appears to be fine then check if the pressure switch hose is properly connected to the pressure switch & tub. Please get back to me if you have any questions.
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