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    Bob, Your last paragraph is funny. LMAO. ...

    Bob,

    Your last paragraph is funny. LMAO.

    The well pump screen is not plugged. I was pretty clear of any deposits when it was pulled out to install the new downpipe. Are the Nu-Well tablets...
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    No check valve on the tank. The tank is a 86...

    No check valve on the tank. The tank is a 86 gallon bladder tank.

    GOOD NEWS -- Problem solved by replacing the down pipe. It had two holes in it. One was he size of pencil. My wallet is a bit...
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    I believe what you describe was used to run the...

    I believe what you describe was used to run the water from the well pump to the house.
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    What is PE? That was not an option named by my...

    What is PE? That was not an option named by my well service company.

    By the way, the down pipe is 60 feet and the well pump is connected on the end.
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    The down pipe is probably original. I priced...

    The down pipe is probably original. I priced stainless and it's $10 a foot so 62 ft would be a bit much. Galvanized is $3/ft and PVC is $1/ft. PVC sounds like a good idea until it may need to be...
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    Bob, Thanks for responding. It's probably...

    Bob,

    Thanks for responding.

    It's probably the drop pipe which is 60 feet of galvanized steel and 28 years old. Back in 1995 when the service tech installed a new submersible pump I should...
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    Well pump keeps running

    I am a newbie to this forum. It's great! I have read many of the threads and there are some really knowledgable people on this forum. I hope you can help me.

    Primary Problem: My well pump...
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