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Re: submersible pump wire.

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dr sportster

10-16-2013 07:39:01

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He probably showed you UF.
Usually grey.

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Brad Buchanan

10-17-2013 07:23:42

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 Re: submersible pump wire. in reply to dr sportster, 10-16-2013 07:39:01  
Hey Doc.

Actually the wire he showed me was regular yellow 12/2 romex. That was the reason for my op.


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dr sportster

10-17-2013 09:27:22

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 Re: submersible pump wire. in reply to Brad Buchanan, 10-17-2013 07:23:42  
Probably wrong . I would think since romex has paper in it.

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10-16-2013 13:47:43

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 Re: submersible pump wire. in reply to dr sportster, 10-16-2013 07:39:01  
You should go to a place that sells plumbing supplies and water well supplies and get submersible pump wire. Also get the heat shrink covers for the submersible wire. I used to be in the water well and pump business and installed a great many submersible pumps. You stated 50' of wire. Does that include the distance from the electric source {tank and pump switch] or just the drop into the well? The submersible wire will come in different gauges, usually 12 or 10. You will need the heavy gauge {10] if you have a long run. Uf wire can be placed directly in the ground from the tank to the well.

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Brad Buchanan

10-17-2013 07:28:57

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 Re: submersible pump wire. in reply to 2badlybent, 10-16-2013 13:47:43  
Actually the well is about 40 feet and the pump level is about 37 feet.

I am planning on using 12 ga. pump wire. This is the easy part. Hard part is getting the pipe and lines under the slab. Got two tunnels but they don.t line up!


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