This is a above ground 1hp jet pump. The pump; water tank; and pressure switch are all in a 4x4 pump house in my yard. The wire runs to the main fuse panal on my house and this is where the breaker is. I have replaced the breaker and pressure switch with new but that did not help. I am using 10-2 UF-B W/G direct bury wet location wire and it is in conduit from the fuse box in to the ground and again where it comes out the ground and up the side of the pump. Each conduit has a long sweep 90 on the bottom in the ground so the wire runs straight out rather than bending around a corner. I just do not understand how a wire can break buried in the ground.
One question I do have now. Someone suggest I put the entire length in conduit. Do I still have to use direct bury wire with conduit. I can get Orange 10-2 Romex NM-B W/G Indoor Wire and enough conduit to do the job for about the same money. Would this be OK to use???
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