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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by CAPT Stream Rotar, Jul 7, 2010.
this thread needs a rockin' soundtrack
little confused here, what is the application here? Why are you storing water in the tanks, or are they tanks for a demand system. Put the pictures up.
On the surface it sounds like your canal filters are fouled or the debris through the system has fubared the impellers, or debris is keeping one from rotating or the wiring is phuked or maybe it's burned out all together. At least Pull the line & clean the filter or go swimming... dismantle the volute and clear the crap. Sounds like a lot od $hit going on for a small system. Why two pumps at all?
You should alwayds run a galvanized steel fitting on the pressure side as a heat sink before attaching PVC... and then the PVC should be sched 80.
Stick around jvanliet. We need some new wisdom.
By the way do you have a remote like a RainMaster or TRC?
the captain sent me an email from his iphone asking if i could post for him, hope this works.
so far it's been a pita but i think it may be tv worth watching
Is the camera on his *****(P#nis)?
i haven't been able to view it yet, i was a little leary of posting before viewing but, with eddie's rep i knew i couldn't go wrong.
speaking of leary, any word of mike? Sasquatch bait?
I can't wait for the sequel!
check the inlets for possible cracks caused by vibration and heat. air could be coming in through hairline cracks between the threads of the male adapter, or nipple, or whatever is making the inlet connection.
check for clogs as well. i would redo all inlet connections to eliminate air intake possibilities.
also, how many vertical feet is the pump "sucking" water up? there is a limit to that... something like 26-28 vertical ft lift or something?
Changed filter same problem
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