Pull the pump back up to at lease 3 feet, 10 feet would be better. If you have it set at 3 Inchs and the pump starts to pull in sand or silt it well get sucked all around the pump and jam it in there tight. I have pumped new well for a week to get them clear, most of the time only two day, But thats Two days steady at 20 gpm never shutting the pump off. When yo left the water set in a glass overnite and the silt when to the bottom with clear water on top That a sign that the well WILL clear up, BUT you have to pump the Ell out of it.
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