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Old 01-29-02, 04:01 PM
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AFTER FOLLOWING ADVICE FROM OTHER MEMBERS IVE FIGURED OUT THAT I HAVE A SUBMERGED PUMP AND THAT I HAVE A LEAK FROM THE SUCTION SIDE OF THINGS.. NOW WHAT I NEED TO KNOW IS CAN THIS BE FIXED BY SOMEONE WITH MINIMAL TOOLS (I CAN RENT FROM LOWES OR WHATEVER) IF SO IS IT POSSIBLE TO DO IN A WEEKENDS TIME AND IF SO WHAT DO I DO OR HOW DO I GET INFO ON DETAILS
 
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Old 01-29-02, 04:06 PM
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Your going to help me a little. Do you know what kind of pitless adapter you have or does your well casing come up in a well pit and just have a sanitary seal? If you need help figuring out if its a pitless or what try to take a picture or just a real good description.
 
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Old 01-29-02, 06:01 PM
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Cool

For great info on wells and pumps, visit Ron Peeks' www.peekspump.com
Also visit www.jessstryker.com
Those are both excellent pump info sites that can help you understand what you're working with (and describe the right info, so that we can help you).
Good Luck!
Mike
 
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