Being a novice at this, I think I figured out the problem.
When you look in the overflow section of tank, I have a return PVC
tube that brings water back into the tank, & I have a piece of PVC
that is for the intake into the wet/dry.
for the return has bubbles all around it floating upward in the overflow compartment, and I believe what I am watching shoot out of that bendable "snakehead" looking return piece, isn't actually debris, but water that has air in the line, and tiny bubbles are shooting out.
The vinyl tubing attached to my pump that sits in the wetdry, disconnected & I quickly reattached it as water was shooting everywhere briefly. I think air got into the line, as I am unsure why bubbles are forming around the return PVC
in the overflow, as I don't have a leak anywhere.
Can what I am saying be accurate, and would it be wise to clear the return line ?
If yes, how do I clear the line. Do I shut off the pump for a few secs, do I keep it running but lift it out of wetdry to push out all water without taking any in, and how would bubbles stop rising around the return PVC
pipe in the overflow compartment ?
Please help !