Greetings from Miles-from-Nowhere:
I just recently exited from 20 years of being an automotive diagnostic technician (boss died recently and the shop was liquidated), and I am currently repairing and getting moved in to my new homestead (12 year old abused doublewide on 2 acres of dirt and weeds, vacant for 1 1/2 years after foreclosure) [I found this forum educating myself on submersible domestic deep well pump diagnosis, to get my water working
In some of my other lives I have been:
Water treatment technician.
T.V., stereo, VCR repair tech.
Electronic/microprocessor application design engineer.
Industrial equipment mechanic.
Industrial equipment engineering technician.
Commercial 2-way radio repair tech. + Repeater site engineer.
In other words, jack of many trades, master of none.
I expect I will return to industrial work (fabrication and/or engineering) for a livelihood, and do electronics/computers/automotive as a side line; that and refurbishing my homestead.
Many thanks for the information in the thread on submersible pumps; mine is now working.
Now I move on to repairing the pipes under the house that froze and broke, and only with the pump working do they reveal themselves.
It sure ain't as easy working down there as it would have been 10 years ago!!
P.M. me if I can help you within my areas of knowledge.