Well from what you say sounds like the pressure tank and switch is at your house but the well is 250 from the house right??? If yes is there a way to unhook the pump from the wire and then turn things on and see if the breaker trips?? Because if you can do that you can figure out if the problem is in the wire in the ground it the wire down the well. Reason I say this is a few years back I had a problem like that and found that about 3/4 of the way down the wires had rubbed and shorted out in my well so I had to replace the wires from the pump up to fix it
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