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    I have a new well system in an old house. The pump is connected to a bladder pressure tank and a water neutralizer. Most mornings there is air in the 2nd floor bathroom plumbing, The problem does not seem to be related to the back wash cycle of the neutralizer. Also the water pressure in the house seems to vary considerably. Is this a problem with the stroage tank. The pressure in the bladder reads around 43psi and the water pressure is generally around 50 based on the inline pressure gauge. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
    Hank

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    You need to first have a working gauge. Then run a faucet or two and monitor the gauge. Report back what you found.

    bob...

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