Replacing a well pump

Replacing a deep well pump that is installed in a cistern.




  • Come on gallons per minute sometimes the pressure pulls to much water and trips the trip wire ,pressure washers have to have so many gallons per minute or it burns out the pump and washer

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  • Did you hear Bill Magnerelli (D-Syracuse) wants a new law passed for modifying car and motorcycle exhausts in NY? Includes fines and jail time. SMH🙃 Its like the health dept here is in charge of global warming and septic design a friend went to their communist class and they showed a video it going from one tank to the next and this over weight karen kept raising her hand. I do not get how it goes from one tank to the next. Is there another earth i am on the first flight off this rock.

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  • I hope you don't drink that shit.

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  • I was raised no deposit no job, sorry Andy

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  • The pump burnt out because the PVC pipe is too small it needs some water around it to cool while running

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  • paint that cat that cool Green color like the track loader :D

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  • Hi, Andrew. I am enjoying your videos so much.. By the way, I see your well water is so muddy. Have you tested water quality? I really like to watch your videos for long time hahaha. That mean is you should be healthy ^^

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  • I could watch Andrew ALL DAY, EVERY DAY!! We just about have watched him all day, every day since we found him about a week ago. He's going to have to get busy & give us more videos soon, because we've 'bout watched them all!! 🤣🤣 He is brilliant & humble & polite & AMAZING!!

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  • Like how Andrew quickly sniffed out the well digger shyster. Never mind about $2k deposit, just do the job and get paid. That well digger missed out on tons of free advertising. Hope he watched this video.

    David WestmanDavid Westman2 dager siden
  • Damn bro...How shallow is that well??? Mine 'should be good' at 575 feet here!

    Chris ChapmanChris Chapman2 dager siden
  • Most pumps die because of dirt in the water wearing out the internals and/or the diaphragm in the pressure tank develops a leak so it doesn't maintain pressure which causes the pump to run continuously.

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  • R.I.P. Mr. Levi..... GOD speed to you. I only knew of your channel this night of unrest for me. Sorry for your great loss.

  • Pex A and Pex B is totally different size

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  • My dad has a 1k dollar pump. Running 20+ years. Still going...

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  • You do realize it was just the clogged water filter the entire time, right? I mean ffs that should have been the FIRST thing you checked. Great job spending unnecessary time and money though!!! lol

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  • Do you hunt ? And if so can you please do some hunting/ shooting videos it would be awesome plus most of your audience who are probably country people already like shooting guns and hunting.

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  • A thousand dollar pump should be able to service, maybe a relay or switch usually. Don't throw it out!

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  • just noticed the rust on the well components. its mostly caused by a microorganism and its common in wells. i believe the solution is a shock chlorination twice a year. im sure theres youtube videos out there about well treatment

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  • I'm sorry. I love dogs

    Lindolfo RibeiroLindolfo Ribeiro6 dager siden
  • Dowsing is pure nonsense. It's called the water table for a reason. Water is in every spot you look. Just how deep is the question. Crook got you for 250 big ones.

  • It's a dirty job but Andrew has to do it. Every Single Time. Ugg

  • I saw your interview and hanging out with B-Rad, it was interesting. Andrew you are to cool for words!

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  • Maybe next time replace the filter first?

    Jeff LossauJeff Lossau6 dager siden
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  • Glad I'm not the only one out there, who has water in their iron lines.

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  • So sorry to lose Levi, he was a great supervisor and a great dog. 😥

    Charles BashamCharles Basham7 dager siden
  • 3 water filter system/ UV water filter system

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  • Filter probably took out the pump too…

    Mike BrennanMike Brennan7 dager siden
  • Hey Andrew I'm not sure if you'll get to read this but I want you to know I am very very impressed with your videos I enjoy watching them from beginning to end even my great-nephew likes watching your videos and he is only three years old and he can tell me just about every piece of machinery that you have and he can even tell me what parts you are changing or fixing I hope you continue to release these videos because I think the are a great learning tool for the younger generation. Once again I enjoy your videos and keep up the good work I don't live in the US I live in Australia but I will continue watching your videos with my great nephew.

    Anthony RileyAnthony Riley7 dager siden
  • Before the end of this year (2021) Mr. Camarata will have over 1 million subscribers. Grats to him!!! And a NEW 1 Million NOcds Plague!!!

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  • my well pump is 85 feet deep, water table about 20-25 deep. i had to replace my pump when i bought my house and i did it myself, bought a new pump at home depot for around $200 just like the one he bought, been working great for the past 7 years. that was before i had a channel and making videos otherwise i'd have a video of me doing it and the stuff i rigged up to pull the pump and line out, and yea there were a few cuss words LOL

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  • I wonder why the dog didn't like that you pull starting it

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  • watching this just makes me want to go change my filter right now lol

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  • should add a mesh spin down filter prior to the house filter. it will allow filters to last longer not being clogged up with silt.

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  • I don't know much about electricity, but it seems much more complicated to you than to us in Europe. My electrical installations in my house look like child's play compared to yours in America, again we have all the possibilities like you. As far as I understand you have special lines for AC current and for DC current. Therefore, every yotube channel from America looks to me like you are all electricity experts, from ordinary people to semi-professionals to full-fledged professionals. I wonder if this is due to the unnecessarily complicated rules of electrical installations in your country? I have a feeling that every ordinary person in your country must know everything about electricity in some way, or that his life is complicated if he doesn't know.Your electrical installations seem to me like a small factory, with a lot of cables springing up everywhere, I have a feeling that every house has a separate room for electrical installations, I say that not only by watching this channel, but many youtube channels from North America. Does anyone know what I'm talking about? I repeat again I am a total idiot about electricity. but that's how it looks to me.

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    • We don’t have dc coming into our houses in America/Canada and most of the time it is just black to black white to white for residential

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  • that dog always follow him around that great!!!

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  • Andrew you should make a steel elevated (3-4 feet) platform for cleaning your vehicles off the ground so you pressure wash underneath them.

    Stephen HatgisStephen Hatgis8 dager siden
  • Hello Andrew, I have a question that has been on my mind for a while. Perhaps you or one of your viewers/listeners can answer this. Driving and operating all these different vehicles in the USA, do you need a different license for each vehicle or is is it more like a specific tonnage license allows the driving of a number of vehicles?

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  • RIP: Levi

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  • R.I.P. Levi Camarata, he will be sincerely missed by all his fans and especially his family.

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  • Outer pipe full of red color means water is no good just can for washing

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  • Hey heard you ask. The high dollar pumps you were looking at are for more of a professionally drilled well that has a 4-6” casing and usually varies from 100-1000 ft of depth. I’ve seen these pumps last 20 years down in a well

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  • love your videos. I had a idea that may be worth your time. I. Know you do grading driveways and my idea is to make a special bucket with a slight U shaped shape to put the crown in one pass. If you have bucket as wide as roadway you can do both the sides and the crown in one pass. Just a thought.

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  • Have you seen the PetLab chews for joint pain. Could make life a little easier for old boy Levi...

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    • Levi is no longer with us

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    • Levi has since passed on

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  • Given that your on well water are you filtering the water to keep you hot water heater from getting to much mineral buildup? Never mind I didn’t watch to the end of the video my bad

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  • sometimes i think andrew just lets things get really bad so he can give us a better video. had he taken care of any of these things a touch earlier, this video would've been like 2 minutes long, and most of that would've been him chasing cody for stealing a glove.

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  • When is Rosie the welder going to be on?

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  • Been a fan of your channel for years, just stay true to who you are. Thats what made me a fan, and is what makes your channel a success. P.S. say hi to levi and Cody. MRYANK23

    Joan InnusaJoan Innusa9 dager siden
  • 6:26 that can't be Cody.

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  • Wonder if you could have avoided all the hassle of the pump if you checked the filter first..actually why DIDN'T you check the filter first? I mean it looked like that sucker had been in there awhile and those things do have a shelf life as it were

    MrGoesBoomMrGoesBoom9 dager siden
  • yeah i wonder how he filters his water. this kid seems to have done his research into this land he bought and house he built before buying or building it..did things i probably wouldnt have thought of until it was too late or already built. . nice shop he ahs though i guess thats probably his main thing to continue his passion or skills in fixing things. cool thing to know.

    Sonny CSonny C10 dager siden
  • im no electrician but i know basics but i dont think you're suppose to mix red and figure that'd be obvious unless this kid knows something i dont...he clealry knows alot i dont being a mechanic and all but Black are the power wires and white are is also a power wire so the red attached to the white is a negative and a postiive mixed doesnt work...the bare wire is the ground wire always, black is negative aka the power wire, red also is a secondary power wire and white negative. cant mix them.

    Sonny CSonny C10 dager siden
    • White can be hot on 220v when there is no neutral. (this exact scenario)

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata9 dager siden
  • Some time you gotta heat that poly pipe but I usually try to it it with a mallet or dead blow first. often that works well and doesn't risk over doing the heat. You should swap that filter to a bigger one that's way tiny.

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  • Its ips iron pipe size. CPS is copper pipe size. That's the problem 🤷‍♂️

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  • I would have been cussing up a storm. Andrew just fixes it like it's expected.

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  • I bet Andrew purposely sabotages his things so he can fix them. Just for fun.

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  • Do you have any videos on how to buy a used piece of equipment without getting burned, or not buying stolen equipment. I’ve been looking at some used mini excavators and skid steers, but I’m afraid of getting a stolen one. You have bought allot of them, do they have titles like cars, do you check the vin online against a stolen database? Stuff like that.

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  • Looks like that capacitor is helpful for pump startups, probably tripping that internal switch

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    • The first pump needed it, the second did not.

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  • 1in CC and 1in IP ,CC is copper tubing size and IP is iron pipe size

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  • I think 6 years of pumping water that looks like that is pretty good. a $1k pump will likely fail the same way in maybe 7 years. Warranty does go a long way if they guarantee for 10+ years

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  • Andrew there is a pretty sizable difference between the cheap amazon pumps and the $1000 pump. Also 2hp is massive you dont need all that power all your doing is makeing your electricity bill more. Not to mention short cycling your pump with that small tank which will burn out a pump quick. Realistically a 1/2hp 7gpm pump would probably be sufficient. Just a tip heat up the inside of your polly pipe a bit and it will slip on easier.

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  • Just watched your chainsaw video... I left this message / comment, after watching that video! The first video that I watched of yours; was when you were setting your castle blocks, I subscribed shortly after. It is this video however; that "antique chainsaw," that caused me to pull the trigger (throttle) and hit the "alert bell." Prior to watching you, your channel; I have been glued to watching another channel... "letsdig18" is one of the few channels I watch, each time he produces a video. I went back to his videos and just started watching from the beginning. I have been lured back to your channel; time and again, in large part, to your "Can Do, Will Do" approach to any project, big or small, without all the "F-Bombs." The link is from "letsdig18," about someone biting off more than they can chew, or dig, burying a large excavator and he is called in to recover and take over a big mess. Just like you, he never gives up. The places he goes with his equipment, is not for the faint-hearted! Thanks again Andrew!

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  • Your dog's a great supervisor, ensuring quality work lol

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  • Cody seemed shocked that there was no water pressure at the well 😂

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  • How is Levi? Heard things not going well. That dog is blessed he has had a good life. Still difficult times.

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    • Levi passed away, i saw the news in Andrew’s fan club

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  • No way would I drink out of that well.

    John BondJohn Bond11 dager siden
  • Hey Andrew, is Levi your dog still around?

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    • @Seth’s bike hacks ok 👌thanks

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    • Levi has since passed as of 2 or 3 days ago

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  • Just out of curiosity, why wouldn’t you use a jet pump since your well is shallow?

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  • Love the videos been watching you for a long time now keep up the good work bro and keep your head up 😁

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  • I mean call me crazy but, i feel like if your gonna spend a ton of money on something, let it be the pump that runs your main water supply?!

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  • why doesn't anyone ever pressure wash their pressure washer.

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  • Good job👍🏾👏🏾

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  • I wonder if the clogged filter contributed to the demise of the first pump?

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    • @Andrew Camarata My brain “read" filter instead of tank. Thanks. I thought some of the video CerebralAilment uploaded of you and Cody and the one of Levi were special.

      GoogleguyGoogleguy10 dager siden
    • the filter is after the pressure tank, so it doesn’t matter To the pump what it’s doing, all the pump does is pressurize that blue tank up to a certain psi then turn off, nothing was restricted. it’s the same as like having a garden hose and not turning it on all the way

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 dager siden
    • @Andrew Camarata I am not a pump guy ... and may be wrong ... but it seems to me that a pump is moving a liquid through and entire system ... including the filter ... and it doesn’t matter whether it is “pushing” or “pulling.” Same force. What am I missing?

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    • No, because its after the tank.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata11 dager siden
  • It's 1 inch O.D. pipe with xx wall thickness

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  • Oh man - I have a spell of PTSD watching this video after maintaining a pump system at a rural property for 10 years. I'd spend 3 days every May long weekend swearing and cutting my knuckles trying to get the water to work. Like Andrew, with many trips to the hardware store!

    Fraser MoffattFraser Moffatt11 dager siden
  • Keep it up, love your work ethic!, enjoy watching from SC!. Stay safe

    Alissa SternagleAlissa Sternagle11 dager siden
  • That cheap, it's has to be a Chinese pump, they don't last as long as a Gould's pump(xylem) that's made in the USA ,I know they are expensive but it pays off in the long run

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    • The one by CerebralAilment has some beautiful video and photos.

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  • RIP levi ❤️

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    • @CallMe Henry Video is coming soon :(

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    • WHAT?!?

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  • ❤️❤️❤️Levi❤️❤️❤️!

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  • Curiosity killed the cat just i live in ontario can. , just wondering when you clearing land and cutting trees who gets the money for the trees and roughly how much do you charge ...ball.park figure i dont need to know your business , do you charge by the hour and do you rent equipment some days your using 3-4 differant 70 yeats old , i find your show interesting and relaxing keep up the good work and not that you seem to need it , but good luck .... Thanks

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  • The difference is the pump in my well is over thirty years old and still going strong

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  • I hope you aren’t drinking that water. You need a deep well to get past the contaminated shallow well ground water.

    Steven MoomeySteven Moomey12 dager siden
  • Oh how I love my public water connection. When I had a break in the incoming line our city water people disconnected my neighbor’s water meter so he could share water with us, through a hose and not pay for our use. They made a single pipe from the city feed to inside our foundation below the frost line. We love our public sewer system also.

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  • Shame you got taken advantage of with having to pay for water "dousing", its such nonsense its a scam.

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    • Dowsing works though.

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    • Depends on the dowser. When my grandfather had our well put in, a neighbor (who did not believe in dowsing, mind) found a spot where the stick cut into his hands when he tried to stop it from bending down. Well drillers hit water at 8ft and we are still using that same well almost 70 years later.

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  • You don't drink that water right?

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