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About btbaja9

  1. I noticed that also and now use google.ph
  2. Understand that the pressure is not determined by the size of the pipe. It is a function of the height of the source. The pressure is .4 psi per foot of elevation. The pipe can be 1/8" or 36" the pressure is the same but the volume is different. Since you have a closed system with the piping I suggest you check the vent on your tank. Seems that the vent must be plugged. Given that the tank is on the hill your pressure is given by that elevation difference. Even if your pipe is restricted a little it should still flow, just slower recovery rate. Remember the pressure is the pressure and has nothing to do with the size of the pipe. Check your vent. Good luck. BT