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Could be a bad foot valve combined with a leak somewhere that is allowing the water on the pump side of the check-valve up top to partially drain out. The pressure tank and water lines get a charge of air every time the pump starts. Last time I had this happen, the barb coupling on top of the submersible pump had a rust hole in it (shallow 32 ft well with ...


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check to see if you have a pipe leaking causing the pump to keep the well drawn all the way down thus sucking air. happened to me. a pvc hose run pipe was separated at the joint. the ground was very wet. dig it up, fixed it, and saved thousands chasing whatever...


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Sounds like there is too much air in the tank. Or he bladder is actually broken in the tank. Depending on where the valve stem is you can check by removing the valve core and seeing if water come out of where the air should be. Meaning you have to replace the tank. Or add air to the tank with a nearby faucet open and if possible close all valves leading ...



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