I have an Airaider ez radon bubbler right after a filter and my pressure tank / pressure switch for my well.
The radon bubbler has its own pump and pressure switch.
After the radon bubbler is a very small pressure tank.
I have low water pressure on the second floor at one shower head.
The well pump is set to 30/50 however the radon bubbler system is set to 40/60.
The radon bubbler pump faulted out due to overheating. I cleaned the tank and it seemed to work ok for 48 hours
Should I try to replace the small 101 model pressure tank with a larger unit?
Also if the bubbler is set to 40/60 , should I replace the well pump pressure switch with a 40/60 model?
I noticed that when I bypass the radon bubbler my water stops while taking a shower etc.
The well pump pressure switch goes to zero and then slowly raises , the second smaller pressure tank is not bypassed when the radon bubbler is valved off but there is no pressure gauge before or after it anywhere else on the supply line.
If small tank is set properly for a 40/60 pressure switch is it causing the issue with my well pump not kicking on in time ?
Thanks in advance. I can upload pictures if it helps. I would like to solve the well pump issue first then try to get the bubbler back on line.