|Posted by hj on November 01, 1999 at 01:23:15:|
|In response to Re: air air everywhere!!|
If this is an above ground pump, then the seal is bad and it is drawing in air while pumping water. If it is a submersible, then the only way for air to enter is if the water table is dropping to the pump's level and mixing air and water while pumping.
: I have well water, and recently when we turn on the water (anywhere in the house) or flush the toilet, we get gusts of air. It slows down, but continues through the time the water is in use. The pump is old. I'm almost afraid to ask, but could this be my well going dry?
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