Will your water pressure tank hold more water if you lower your pressure settings?


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2011-01-03 17:34:38
2011-01-03 17:34:38

yes it will but not recommend because then your pump will be starting up more and shutting off more and that will cause your pump to wear out faster. For any kind of water pump or sewage pump its best to have the pump run as long as possible and stay off as long as possible during cycle times.


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