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I have a bianco inox60pc pump on a rainwater tank feeding two toilets the pump fills the toilets when restart button pressed but not automatically as it should

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  • bisbow01 May 23, 2011

    thanks for the response is there a way to test if the pressure switch is working?

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When water pump is used in filling a tank, either float switch, pressure switch or floatless relays ( electronic control circuit which automatically cuts off pumps power supply when tank water level is at maximum) is connected to the motor to automatically stops the motor when water rise to a certain level or tank pressure reached the setting.
The motor control connected to your pump may not be working.

Posted on May 23, 2011

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    Angel Joseph Jr. May 23, 2011

    There are electrical terminals inside the pressure switch where the motor electrical supply is cut by opening the mechanical contacts when the pressure inside the tank reached the pressure setting of the pressure switch. Try to observe if these mechanical contacts open when the pressure inside the tank reaches the pressure switch setting. Make sure to disconnect the electrical supply to the system when opening the pressure switch cover to avoid accidents caused by electric shock.

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