I have a persistant water leak from the pipe that feeds the electrical
service to my well. The pipe is below grade.
Despite several attempts at a fix using that yellow expanding foam in a
can and trying to plug the pipe, I still have the leak.
I'd appreciate advice on thsi one.
Condensation is one thing. In that case where moisture from warm air
condenses in conduit to underground limit switches, etc. I just squirt a
whole tube of silicone rubber up the conduit.
But if you get constant dripping or dribble, you may have a breach in
the conduit that should be fixed.
Thank you very much for your thoughts. You are correct that I should be
thinking why, not how, but that will have to wait until the spring.
The silicone and duct seal seem like good ideas, perhaps I'll try both
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