The well was drilled in 1970 and used a jet pump. It was abandoned around 20+ years ago when the county forced everyone to switch to municipal water. I know nothing about jet pumps and tried to revive it for use as an irrigation well, as I figured that it would be easier then sinking a sand point and running a shallow well pump, as the municipal water pressure is not good here. I bought a 3/4 hp convertible jet pump and hooked it up, but couldn't get it to flow from the well. I ended up pulling the old well drop pipe ( 1.25" steel pipe, with a ejector/packer/venturi on the end ), out. Unfortunately the PVC pipe ( 1" ? ) on the end broke off and fell back into the well casing. According to the county records, the well is 115' deep, with a 48' deep casing. The water level was listed at 13' deep in 1970. I dropped a hose down and there's water around 42' ish feet. Since I don't know anything about 2" wells, I expected the water level to be much closer to the surface. I'd like to try to get the well working for watering the landscaping, but I don't want to put much more money into it. I was thinking of trying to reuse the old ejector/packer/venturi, if I can get it off the old steel drop pipe. I don't want to use the old steel pipe if PVC will work. I'd need new leathers and a rubber seal, as those are gone. Is that possible and feasible? The reason for wanting the irrigation well is municipal water is expensive here, due to it being tied into the sewer fees and since the county is having issues supplying water due to the crazy growth here, they chlorinate it excessively.