30/50? I have mine set at 50-70... :-)
A bigger bladder tank helps too - for the pump itself.
And you do need to turn in the pressure-release valve in until it
holds the higher pressure.
At 2/26/2008 at 12:20, Shakespearean monkeys danced on Wayne's
keyboard and said:
> > Then the water trickles to almost nothing, then the pressure returns.
> > I've added air to the bladder, but it didn't help. What do I need to do
> > to fix this? Do the pressure switches go bad? Is it possible to clean or
>Every well pressure tank I've seen has the nearly-identical Square-D
>pressure switch on it. Remove the cover (careful - there's live
>240V) and there are two screws for high and low limit adjustment. I
>don't know how high you can safely go... mine was at 30/50psi, and
>I bumped it to 35/55. Turning off the breaker to the pump can help,
>since you can let it run all the way down till the switch hits. You
>need to adjust the air pressure to match, as well. Kill the pump
>power, let it run all the way down, and the tank should be 2 or 3
>psi below the low limit.
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