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How do you check for water line leaks from the well?

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2012-09-06 08:29:18
2012-09-06 08:29:18

With the well sys on an up to pressure turn off the valves on the water main /turn off the power to the pump .there should be a pressure guage somewhere around the storage tank .if the press drops an keeps dropping you have a leak somewhere

ANS 2 - with the system ON and pump running as normal, uncap the well and listen carefully - if there's a leak down there you will almost always hear hissing or bubbling while the pump is running.

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