|POSSIBLE CAUSE||CHECKING PROCEDURES||CORRECTIVE ACTION|
|A. No power or incorrect voltage||Check voltage at line terminals.|
The voltage must be±10% of rated voltage.
|Contact power company if voltage is incorrect.|
|B. Fuses blown or circuit breakers tripped||Check fuses for recommended size and check for loose, dirty or corroded|
connections in fuse receptacle. Check for tripped circuit breakers.
|Replace with proper fuse or reset circuit breakers.|
|C. Defective pressure switch||Check voltage at contact points. Improper contact of switch points can cause|
voltage less than line voltage.
|Replace pressure switch or clean points.|
|D. Control box malfunction||For detailed procedure, see pages 48-57.||Repair or replace.|
|E. Defective wiring||Check for loose or corroded connections or defective wiring.||Correct faulty wiring or connections.|
|F. Bound pump||Check for misalignment between pump and motor or a sand bound pump. |
Amp readings will be 3 to 6 times higher than normal until the overload trips.
|Pull pump and correct problem.|
Run new installation until the water clears.
|G. Defective cable or motor||For detailed procedure, see pages 46 & 47.||Repair or replace.|
|A. Pressure switch||Check setting on pressure switch and examine for defects.||Reset limit or replace switch.|
|B. Check valve - stuck open||Damaged or defective check valve will not hold pressure.||Replace if defective.|
|C. Waterlogged tank||Check air charge.||Clean or replace.|
|D. Leak in system||Check system for leaks.||Replace damaged pipes or repair leaks.|