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      I have a pressure system on my well and the pump runs very often even if only a small amount of water is required. The tank is approx 30 gal and does not have a diaphram or air valve on it. What is the best way to balance the air and the water in the tank?

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      : turn off the electric to the system, open a valve at the bottom of the tank or as near to the tank as possible, and then unscrew a pipe plug from the top or upper portion of the tank. Let all the water drain out, and then replace the plug, using pipe joint compound and a big wrench. Turn the system back on.: : I have a pressure system on my well and the pump runs very often even if only a small amount of water is required. : : The tank is approx 30 gal and does not have a diaphram or air valve on it. : : What is the best way to balance the air and the water in the tank?

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      : I have a pressure system on my well and the pump runs very often even if only a small amount of water is required. : The tank is approx 30 gal and does not have a diaphram or air valve on it. : What is the best way to balance the air and the water in the tank?

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      turn off the electric to the system, open a valve at the bottom of the tank or as near to the tank as possible, and then unscrew a pipe plug from the top or upper portion of the tank. Let all the water drain out, and then replace the plug, using pipe joint compound and a big wrench. Turn the system back on.: I have a pressure system on my well and the pump runs very often even if only a small amount of water is required. : The tank is approx 30 gal and does not have a diaphram or air valve on it. : What is the best way to balance the air and the water in the tank?

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