According to HomeAdvisor, replacing a well pump costs about $1,400 on average, with the low range starting about $500 and the high range reaching about $5,000. Factors such as the area around the well pump as well as the... More »

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Replace a pressure switch for a water well by turning off the power, disconnecting the wiring, draining the tank, removing the old switch and installing the new one. All pressure switches eventually require replacement. ... More »

To prime a shallow well pump, turn off the power and the pump control valve. Remove the priming plug, fill the reservoir with water and replace the plug loosely. Run the pump, and repeat the process until the water flows... More »

One way to purchase a used well pump is to go through a dealer who specializes in the service, such as Willamette Valley Pump. Another way to purchase a used well pump is to go through a dealer that also sells new water ... More »

To install a shallow well pump, clear the well of dirt, lower the pipe into the well, and attach the pump. Once the pump is in place, connect the ground and power lines to the switch, and test the pump before connecting ... More »

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To estimate the cost of installing a new well pump, homeowners need to consider several factors such as the labor fees for pump installation, well depth, pump type and pump's material and motor. As of October 2015, the a... More »

Repair a dry well by drilling the well deeper or changing the position of the water pump inside the well. Some homeowners may need to drill a new well on the property or seek water from other sources within the community... More »