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What are you pumping? I am guessing you have silt or mud coming out of the faucets in the house. When the pump guys drill or drive a well, they have a monster pump on the truck, 3 or 4 times as powerful as the one you have, they pump a big hole and blow it back down and pump it out again creating a void or a cavity that will stay that way for as while. You can run your pump all day to try and get it to clear up, But it might not do anything. It won't hurt it though. You can get a sand filter on the line to get some of the heavy stuff out, then get a fine filter under the sink for the smaller stuff that sneaks through. Check it out.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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