We had a similar problem a few years ago at my last house...thought it
was the switch. Had a well service company come out. He was convinced it
was the switch and put in a new one. Worked fine for a few moments, then
the water pressure died for good...
The pump motor itself was faulty and gave its last gasp when they were
Hope that's not your problem, it wasn't an inexpensive repair.
>>The pressurizer at my in-law's summer house had
>>separate cut-in and cut-out adjustments. They had
>>been set too close together, so the pump was starting
>>and stopping every couple of seconds. I guess yours
>>could have the opposite problem.
>Well the problem is that for years, the pressure was fine, it just started
>a few days ago. I haven't adjusted the switch at all.
>"We all know we're dying, And there's no sign of a parachute."
> Tori Amos
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