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Adjusting water well pump switches---- I am rural with a

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Adjusting water well pump switches----
I am rural with a mobile home using a 20/40psi switch. I am reluctant to go to a 40/60 because of the old water system. I would like to take a 40/60 and loosen the small spring an adjust to to 50PSI. Giving me a 40/50. My pressure tank is large enough and my usage small enough so cycling should not be a problem. Is there a 10 PSI adjust in the std Square D switch Other suggestions??
Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Plumbing
Expert:  Tyler Redinger replied 6 months ago.
Would like to give you a solution for your pressure switch. Maximum a plumbing system should be is 80 psi. If it were my house house I would go with the 40/60 and wouldnt adjust nothing. Does my answer help you?

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