Is there pressure at the bladder tank on the gauge? Even with no footer valve you should pump up to pressure then the pump should turn off and you would slowly lose pressure until it turned back on. If there is pressure at the tank but not in the house you would have a clog somewhere, double check to see all valves are open. You could disconect at the tank and using a compressor blow air backwards towards the tank in hopes of disloging the blockage. If you have old globe valves it is possible that the washer has become disloged and is preventihg water flow. If you have an old gate valve you could have broken the gate in the closed position and when you thought you opened the gate valve the handle would turn but the gate would remain closed.