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Jun 25, 2013
 
anyone else not have any water pressure out south of Glasgow?
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Jun 25, 2013
 
Some idiot probably plowed up or broke a water line.
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Jun 25, 2013
 
Probably a line break somewhere.
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Jun 25, 2013
 
I don't have any trouble with water pressure BUT my water was real cloudy (white instead of clear) on Saturday and Sunday. I'm glad that I have my own filter, the type the Red Cross uses. I know that they say it is safe to drink if you boil it for 10 minutes but my filter takes out stuff that I wouldn't want to be drinking. It seems all the water companies around here let you know several weeks after that the water was contaminated. I've used Green River, Caveland Environmental, and now Glasgow. When I was on well water there was a lot more stuff that my filters trapped and I had my water tested by the Health Dept. and they said that water was about as good as it gets. All in all, I actually prefer city water because of all the hassles and upkeep of the well pumps. Ours was a deep well that we had dug and we always had plenty of water but it did worry us from time to time.
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Jun 25, 2013
 
Wondering wrote:
I don't have any trouble with water pressure BUT my water was real cloudy (white instead of clear) on Saturday and Sunday. I'm glad that I have my own filter, the type the Red Cross uses. I know that they say it is safe to drink if you boil it for 10 minutes but my filter takes out stuff that I wouldn't want to be drinking. It seems all the water companies around here let you know several weeks after that the water was contaminated. I've used Green River, Caveland Environmental, and now Glasgow. When I was on well water there was a lot more stuff that my filters trapped and I had my water tested by the Health Dept. and they said that water was about as good as it gets. All in all, I actually prefer city water because of all the hassles and upkeep of the well pumps. Ours was a deep well that we had dug and we always had plenty of water but it did worry us from time to time.
Cloudy water means it has air in the line. It's from a line break. It's picked up some air in the line. Should clear up soon. It's safe to drink.

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