A: Hello Phil, there is no way to bypass the low-pressure cut-off operation on a switch that was manufactured with the form M4. We suggest using a FSG2J24BP switch instead, which does not include the low-pressure cut-off feature. Regards, Schneider Electric Customer Care
A: Ordered on line , 7 to 10 day wait.
A: Hello Jake, thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. The Square D Pumptrol 40-60 PSI Well Pump Water Pressure Switch with Low Pressure Cut-Off - Box Packaging is an Online Exclusive Set. It is available for purchase to be shipped to home, or can be shipped to your local store. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future.
A: depends on the pressure you want at your faucet. on at 30 or40, off at 50 or 60
A: Switch is located at the base of your tank. Look for electric wire in and out .
A: The pressure of the switch has nothing to do with the pump. It depends on how much water pressure you want in your house. I run 40-60 but if you want to be safe then run 30-50. You can always adjust the switch to a higher pressure by turning a nut.
A: Hello Richard, For help when selecting a product for a new installation, use our Online Digest. Please refer to Chapter 22 which provides selection assistance for Pressure and Float Switches: http://www.digestplus-us.schneider-electric.com/ You can contact us anytime using our chat live https://www.se.com/us/en/work/support/customer-care/contact-schneider-electric.jsp where an agent will be able to give you further assistance on this matter. Warm regards. Schneider Electric Customer Care
A: Call a licensed contractor to do this job.
A: It is marked on the side of the case.
A: Hello Don, This switch is preset at 40-60PSI. The cut-off pressure is 60PSI. Once the pressure reaches this value the pump will turn off. The cut-on pressure is 40PSI. At this pressure the pump will automatically turn on. Regards.
A: Take the cover off. Move the switch back and forth so you can see the contact buttons snap open and closed. When there is a gap, switch is "off". As the lever is rotated the buttons will close together and stay closed, "on", as the lever is moved the full 90 degrees. Go to https://images.homedepot-static.com/catalog/pdfImages/10/10a50e35-cbce-404b-bb26-b47ecaa8f957.pdf for instructions.
A: Auto is lever parallel with switch. Lever perpendicular to switch is off. You hold lever half way up on start-up to hold contacts manually closed until pressure builds to minimum setting. Then the contacts remains closed until it reaches maximum setting.
A: The unit is normally working automatic. Normally only if your water source is interrupted or your electricity goes out will pressure run down and trip it off. Sometimes very cold weather can cause a false failure of the contacts to close. helps to have a pressure meter installed for easy verify of very low pressure. But this low cut off feature saves you a boatload of money so that your pump does not burn out running dry while you snoozing. In any event when nothing comes out at the tap you will go pull the lever upward as judged by the image and it will resume electrical flow and the water pressure will build up. If all else is in order your pressure is restored in minutes.