Originally Posted by drainpiper
I need to install a handheld shower head in my bathtub, but the measurement of the elbow seems to be 11/16 of an inch. Since all new shower heads are 1/2 inch, is there some sort of adapter that will solve my problem?
My former pump was in the basement. When it died, the plumber installed a submersible pump in the well of aprox. 120 ft. He said I should have more water pressure. I do not. He said the water would be dirty for a couple days. If I use a lot of water, (washing 4 loads of clothes or watering my garden) the water will become dirty. When the water would not come into the washing machine I called the plumber and he did not return my call. I had to have a service person come and unstop the strainer
ok here's the deal, I have no clue what happened, my girlfriends dad and I installed a dishwaher, onto an existing line under my sink, the pipe cement he was trying to use and let set up, kept blowing off, and we would have to do it all over again, this was on standard PVC, straight from the dishwasher to the line under the sink, after this happened so many times, i became frustrated, we turned the water off for the night, essentially the water pressure was fine until this point, so i found the
Thanks for the reply. I thought the same thing. It felt liek we were being sold a bridge
With this system, do you think he was off-base in telling me it couldn't handle the usage?
Originally Posted by Akpsdvan
What kind of water quality do you have?
Almost sounds like some one trying to make a sale of equipment...but that is just me.
We have a one year old water well for watering our 12 zone yard. Just a month ago it stopped working so we replaced the submersible 1 hp Wellsub pump, pressure tank and pressure switch. I worked for about two weeks and now the submersible pump motor is burned up? The tank pressure is set at 38 psi and the pressure switch is a 40/60 the well is 70 ft deep with the pump at 60 ft. Any ideas on what is causing the motors to go out?