I have not had running water since august, started with only 2 gallons a day and now none the landlords fix is a switch on the pump that shuts water off until well replenishes and states using to much water
I have changed the practice area to landlord and tenant.
Wishing you the best.
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The well pump will shut down when the water table cannot support a constant flow. Rather than suck in junk the pump stops and waits for ground water replenishment .
In short the well has run dry. If your landlord cared at all, he would spring for the investment in drilling deeper or a new well.
You should consider hiring a local attorney to protect your tenancy or using your own money to check out the well.
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