When we bought our house the electrical panel had to be upgraded, because we couldn't even hook up a dryer. The electrician moved our panel from a closet inside the house down into the small utility basement that you enter from outside on a screened porch. The house is on city water. The old well is outside the basement about 10' away, and the former owners had it hooked up to a "sears captive air tank" and pump etc that was down there in the basement. It was my understanding that they used that well water for gardening, washing cars, etc. When the inspector came to check out the new electric the whole pump setup was unacceptably close to the panel, so we had to disconnect it and move it away. It's been sitting in the basement for almost 6 years now. If we want to hook it back up, we have to hire a plumber and get him to reroute the pipes so we could put the thing somewhere that it's not a problem for the electrical panel. There's not a lot of room down there anyway. Is there sufficient use for something like this to even worry about it? Should we just sell the tank and pump? If we did, should we expect to get anything much for it?