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Re: what's that burning smell?

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Bob Harvey

10-30-2012 14:07:29

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Wierd. Just did mine yesterday. The outlet pipe came off the pump (wife says "no water" run like heck to the poompenhausen) Got pipe fixed, plugged back in - gauge goes to 80 psi-unplug. Get new switch, install (boy is threading the fitting into the motor a PITA!) plug in -same results. Brain finally kicked in. The little hose that goes to the back of the switch is on a hose barb at the pump end, remove hose and poke into the barb-plugged solid. Did it once before. Same thing 20+ yrs old-gonna replace the whole thing. Now I have a spare switch. Never ends does it ?

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10-30-2012 17:11:03

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 Re: what's that burning smell? in reply to Bob Harvey, 10-30-2012 14:07:29  
keep it.

I usually keep an extra pressure switch on hand. normally I get 5ys out of them. tis one only lasted 2.

if you buy the same model.. many times you can swap inthe points contacts from a new one to the old one without dismantling the entire thing past some wires and 4 screws. at least the kind I buy .. that's how the fixed side comes out. the moveable side is even easier.. they slide out..

having a spare one means the difference in no water on a sunday christmas morning, or having water.. :) ( btdt! )

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