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Probably not. It sounds more like a faulty water pump, water tank, or well. Most likely the water pump is directly At Fault, but faulty tank pressure, bad electrical supply, or a bad well can cause the pump to do that. Especially if the surges are repetitive in nature, your pump is short-cycling. With lots of research, you might be able to narrow down the problem.

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