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    Any thoughts?

    Any thoughts?
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    Thank You

    Thanks very much for the answers. It does sound as though I have options but I still have no way of knowing what the options are because of the difficulty with the web site. I am curious if you...
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    New Tub Filler

    I have a 6' Jacuzzi tub with builder’s Delta Tub filler. I have a desire to change out the filler - ideally I would like to convert the present filler (two handles [hot & cold] and a spout) with a...
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    How is the grout & caulking?

    It could be more of a tile issue. In my parents house this was always a problem in on of their bathrooms and it turned out to be a factor of the grout/caulk that was used in the shower.
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    Screw Extractor Set

    There is a specialty tool made to extract screws. It is a bit-like devise that fits into your drill or power screw driver. The set runs less than $20.00. Or you could look for the individual bit...
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    Correction

    In an earlier post I said the pressure switch is a Square D 9015 type F. It is actually a 9013 type F. This was a typo I corrected the original post but just in case I cause any confusion.
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    Here are the two pictures of the configuration:

    Here are the two pictures of the configuration:
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    Some more information

    The Presure switch is a Square D Class 9013 type F Pumptrol. It is set up in a T configuration. Water from the motor flows to the switch. From the switch it has two branches one to the tank and...
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    Jim thanks for the input! What you say makes...

    Jim thanks for the input! What you say makes sense to me. It also lines up somewhat with what Deb had said previously: “You could have a faulty pressure switch or the nipple to the switch could be...
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    pressure gauge

    The system does have a gauge. That is how I am able to see that hte normal pressure level (no water running) is at 59 PSI. It is also how I was able to see the pressure drop below 20 pounds less...
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    Continued...

    “You could have a faulty pressure switch or the nipple to the switch could be clogged.” – if this is the case is this an expensive part to replace?

    “Have you observed the pressure on the gauge...
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    Thank you for your reply

    Thank you for your reply – I am grateful for the guidance. Let me see if I can be more specific and answer some of the questions that you have posed.

    “Well systems can get complicated. And you...
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    Flow interuption

    I have a situation where the flow of water is interrupted in my house for about 10 seconds. It is a new(ish) (about 5 years old) and the well is the same age. From time to time (about once a day)...
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