This is all original installation from the previous owner. We have a water well wired with multi-strand Aluminum, plain covering, not weatherproof. It runs overhead from the barn 75-100 feet, and is spliced in one place. Splices are the bolt type, then taped. It’s been like this for 15-20 years, now. :mrgreen:
At the well house end there is a switchbox. With a light tester, not meter, the power is only about half on one leg, full on the other. The well puts out a reduced amount of water.
I figure the splice needs to be taken apart, cleaned, and secured again.
Do you think the conductor should be replaced, or just clean and rework?
Thanks for the feedback.