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    Limited Water

    Sounds like a clogged nipple on the well head or a nipple that's been limited. Get a well guy (or gal) to check it out. Guys like us just don't carry the tools that are needed for this limited...
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    Poll: Update on air dam

    After doing some rodding at the aforementioned restaurant, I found that a whole section of four inch pipe was clogged with grease, (nope, no grease trap for the back sink!). And sombody in their...
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    Gotta Agree with Deb

    The ability to get around controls doesn't mean that you should. And that control doesn't have one as yours does for a reason. If you have three phase electric and two wires are in the same phase, it...
  4. Thread: pump issues

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    Low Pressure on Newer Pump

    But everything else seems to be normal? Call the plumber.
    Sometimes the EPA, DNR, Corp of Engineers insist on a anti siphon nipple to inhibit well contamination. Without being there or more input,...
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    What kind of pump?

    Sounds like a classical Right Church, Wrong Pew!
    Don't feel bad though! We all make honest mistakes! Just the other day when I changed out a junction box with a ton of wires in it, the...
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    Diagnostics needed

    First the system should be tighter than a frogs skin. Get the ducks in a row and make sure there's not any bad faucets in the house or Bossie has her tongue caught in the water dispenser out in the...
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    Pressure tank is good.

    Think of when you have a bunch of batteries hooked up in parallel. Same voltage, yet less drain and stress on the batteries.
    With a pressure tank you may retain a more constant pressure...
  8. Don't glue it!

    As hydroponics and aquariums meld into one hobby for myself, you made my day!
    Rebuild it would be the answer.
    If you can't find the replacement for the plugged end you could put a cap on it and...
  9. Using rubber for discharge

    The only problem I have with rubber is when it degrades over time, you need a new one. If there's any kind of stress on it, it'll decrease the service time. As you aren't enclosing it into a wall and...
  10. Thread: sewer odor

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    Pump Smell

    As the pit seems to be pretty well sealed, I would look to the floor drains for the answer. Infrequently used, the traps in them have a way of drying out allowing dairy airs back into the living...
  11. Thread: sewer odor

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    Bad gas

    As the pit seems to be pretty well sealed, I would look to the floor drains for the answer. Infrequently used, the traps in them have a way of drying out allowing dairy airs back into the living...
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    Clogged drain tile

    Joe,
    More input/intel may be needed here. Usually Drain tiles are buried ontop and with gravel around to limit sediment from entering them. If sediment is the cause, sure an electric may work. If...
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    Poll: Air Dam on check valve

    Recently after a ejection pump change out a few months ago, the check valve doesn't want to release due to apparent air pressure coming from the main waste pipe. The pit is 4 ft from the main...
  14. Underlayment for Vinyl Flooring

    Where conditions exist for water damage to happen, I like to use concrete board instead of wood for underlayment. Installed, using the screw pattern you suggested, there won't be the creaks and the...
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