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Old 08-10-2012, 11:42 PM
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Originally Posted by soafone View Post
Short of replacing the pump, I think I have come up with a solution! Can I not just change out the pressure switch? When I did a gpm test, the pressure was at 30 psi, which leads me to believe the pressure switch is 30/50. I could swap it out with one that is 40/60 or even a higher one line 50/70 if available. Does this make sense? Would I still have 12 gpm's of flow, of would that decrease if the pressure is increased by the new pressure switch?
Uhhh, that is more a confession of incompetence. You don't evaluate a pump while it is cycling on and off.

Besides, you adjust a pressure switch, rather than swap it out.
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