Topic: Re: Well Pump
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Try to push it back down till it free, Then the 1st step is pull the elt wire up tight after the pump is free to move up and down, Then the 2nd step is to work it up and down while truning it clockwise, then work it up and down and trun it the other way. I don"t think you will be able to get it freed up after the guy tryed to jack it up, Was the worse thing he could of done. If you can get it free and the elt wires pulled up and tight theres a good chance it will come up and out, may take 1hr or two Just kept pulling, pushing, and truning. good luck.
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