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- March 20, 2007 at 2:36 am #251329Guest
We had a similar problem, although for us it was an intermittant complete lack of pressure, i.e., no water at all.That was the pressure switch. In hindsight, we could see it coming, weird intermittant changes in pressure, overall low pressure and such.As I recall the part was less than $25 and it took my husband very little time to make the replacement. If the flow is adequate to your needs, i.e., you’re not running out of water or the pressure doesn’t drop over the course of high usage (such as a shower) then it’s probably a problem with the pump and such rather than the well itself, but I’m not an expert, just married to a handy guy.
🙂 If you’re the handy type I’d read up on that stuff and do a little inspecting otherwise I’d say it’s time to hire a pro. Lori.
wrote: We have well water and the water pressure has been low. We checked the filter and it is clean. How can we find out what the problem is and how to fix it.
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