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Aquagarden products by Pennington have
been exclusively designed in partnership with
Interpet UK a Leading Britsh water garden
company
Pennington,
1280 Atalanta Hwy, Madison.
GA 30650
www.PenningtonAquagarden.com
Leaflet Code: 28/11/11
inpond
all-in-one
moving water
& clarity
300/600
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CONTENTS
Getting to know your Inpond 300
Parts Descriptions / spares codes - with exploded diagram
inpond
all-in-one
moving water
& clarity
300/600
Congratulations on buying a
Pennington All-in-One.
Manufactured with advanced technology to
create a clean and healthy pond for your fish.
IMPORTANT
Getting to know your Inpond 600
Parts Descriptions / spares codes - with exploded diagram
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2,3 & 4
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5, 6 & 7
Pump performance / flow chart
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Specification chart
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Installation
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Electrical Installation
Installing Inpond
9
10,11,12 &13
Installing UVC
16 - 17
UVC Electrical Installation
18 - 19
Maintenance and cleaning
Cleaning
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14 - 15
Step by Step guides
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Routine Maintenance
14
Annual Maintenance
21
Winter storage
21
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting and maximise performance
22
22, 23 & 24
Faults - problem procedure
24
Consumer advice contact details
25
Guarantee
24 & 25
Please attach proof of purchase to this manual
and file in a safe place.
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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INPOND 300
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INPOND 300
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Filter Lid
Coarse Foam
Medium Foam
Polymer Wool Cartridge
Polymer Wool Pad
UVC Viewing Window
UVC Contact Chamber Screws
UVC Magnet
Ceramic Media
Filter Body
IPX7 Starter UVC
UVC Mains Cable
UVC Electronics & Cap
UVC Body
UVC Quartz Sleeve Yellow Lock Cap
UVC O ring
UVC Quartz sleeve Holder
PL 5w UVC Lamp
5w Quartz Sleeve
Outlet Locking Nut
Double threaded attachment
1 1/2" Connecting Pipe
Pump Locking Nut
1 1/2" Impellor Cover
O ring
Impellor Complete
Pump motor unit
Low Voltage Transformer
Pump Cable Low Voltage
Light Level Sensor - Photo Sensor
Optional Sensor Cover
Automatic LED Spot Light Body
Automatic LED Spot Light O ring
LED Lamp 0.76w
LED Lamp cover clear
LED Lamp Screw Cap
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Ball Joint Connector
Ball Joint
Ball Joint O ring
Extension Pipe Connector
30cm Telescopic Extension pipe
Control Valve & Diverter
Screw on hosetails 1/2" 12.5mm
Daisy
Super Daisy
Water Bell Large
New Fountain Adapter
Complete Ball Joint
Screw on hosetails 1/2" 12.5mm
1/2" 12.5mm Silicon Hose; not included
1/2" 12.5mm Control Valve hose attachment
UVC Contact Chamber
20cm Extension Pipe
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Locking Handle
Filter Lid
Coarse Foam
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Polymer Wool Cartridge
Polymer Wool Pad
UVC Viewing Window
UVC Contact Chamber Screws
UVC Contact Chamber
UVC Magnet
Ceramic Media
IPX7 Starter UVC
UVC Mains Cable
Filter Body
UVC Electronics & Cap
UVC O ring
UVC Body
UVC Quartz Sleeve Yellow Lock Cap
UVC Quartz sleeve O ring
UVC Quartz sleeve Holder
PL 9w UVC Lamp
Lamp Rubber Holder
9w Quartz Sleeve
1 1/2" Connecting Pipe
Pump Locking Nut
1 1/2" Impellor Cover
Pump O ring
Impellor Complete
Pump motor unit
Low Voltage Transformer
Pump Cable Low Voltage
Light Level Sensor - Photo Sensor
Optional Sensor Cover
Automatic LED Spot Light Body
Automatic LED Spot Light O ring
LED Lamp 0.76w
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LED Lamp Screw Cap
18.75mm (3/4") Hose Fitting
25mm (1") Hose Fitting
12.5mm (1/2") Hose Fitting
T-piece
T-piece Connector
Ball Joint
Ball Joint O ring
Extension Pipe Connector
30cm Telescopic Extension pipe
20cm Extension pipe
Jet Housing
Bell Jet
Tulip Jet
Daisy jet
Triple Jet
Jet Housing
Fountain adapter
Complete Ball Joint
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INSTALLATION
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INPOND
Pump performance / flow chart
600
Voltage
Watts
Safety Rating
Maximum Depth
Maximum Lift
12v
12w
ETL/CE
4’1”
3’2”
12v
28w
ETL/CE
4’9”
5’3”
Lift
5’
Flow Rates
Pump
300
600
Max Flow
203
gal/hr
3’2”
12V
IP56
396
gal/hr
5’3”
12V
IP56
6’
15’
6’
15’
12w
28w
0.76w
0.76w
3’
79gal/hr
291gal/hr
Max Head
Low Voltage
Weatherproof
transformer
Mains Cable
Low Voltage
Cable
Watts
2’
143gal/hr
343gal/hr
LED
1’
177gal/hr
372gal/hr
0’
203gal/hr
396gal/hr
Photo sensor
activated
Flow is given at
optimum rate
300
600
106gal/hr
4’
ELECTRICAL SAFETY INFORMATION:
Caution: Household indoor and outdoor use.
Tech Specification:
300
238gal/hr
UVC
300
600
Lamp
Cable
Voltage
Hertz
Safety Rating
Wattage
5w
16’
120v
60Hz
ETL/CE
8w
9w
16’
120v
60Hz
ETL/CE
12w
The power supply must meet the specification of the product.
Inpond Pump
The electric cord is permanently connected and sealed in the motor body.
If the supply cord is damaged the pump must not be used.
Do not use the supply cord to lift the pump as this may cause damage.
WARNING - All Inpond models must be used with an GFCI
To reduce the risk of electric shock, connect only to a properly grounded,
grounding-type receptacle. To reduce the risk of electric shock, install only on
a circuit protected by a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI).
Do not remove the grounding pin from the power cord plug. This pump has been evaluated for use with fresh water only.
Attention has been drawn to the fact that special rules may exist concerning the installation
of your inpond.
These pumps must not be used in swimming pools, or areas where people are in contact
with the water.
Always disconnect the power source whilst the equipment is being installed, repaired,
maintained or handled.
Specification chart
Filter
Model
Max pond size with
Gold fish (over 2’6”
average depth) - up to
300 gallons
Shallow gold fish pond
(under 2’6” average
depth)
Pond with Koi
(over 2’6” average
depth)
Shallow pond with Koi
(under 2’6” average
depth)
UVC
Model
watts
Recommended
Hose Size
300
300 Gallons
225 Gallons
150 Gallons
112 Gallons
5W
1/2”
600
600 Gallons
450 Gallons
300 Gallons
225 Gallons
9W
3/4”
Outlet
Warning - The Inpond pump is provided with a thermal cut out that
temporarily switches off the pump in case of overheating and the pump may
automatically restart.
Warning - Never run the inpond out of water for prolonged periods as this
may cause irreparable damage.
Warning - Risk of electric shock - This inpond has not been investigated for use
in swimming pools or marine areas.
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
Locating your Inpond All-in-One
Convenient Installation
The Inpond pump and filter should be located on a firm and level base in the pond/water
feature in a depth of at least 4”, but no more than 4’10” for the 300 model and 4’9” for the
600 model.
Inpond 300 & 600
FOUNTAIN OPTION
Fountain
FEATURE OPTION
OR
Make sure there is ample cable from the transformer. Place product in desired location.
Using the telescopic pipe adjust so the fountain head is above the surface of the pond.
Fountain height can now be adjusted, see ‘Adjusting flow control’ diagram below. See
‘’Getting to know your Inpond’’ for parts and descriptions.
Inpond 300
Adjusting Flow Control
Turn clockwise to increase anticlockwise to reduce flow.
The flow control
valve is fitted with
a diverter to ensure
there is always
pond circulation.
Bell Fountain
Adjust bell by moving head higher
for small bell and lower for a
wider bell shape.
WATER FEATURE
FOUNTAIN
MIN: 1’3”
MAX: 2’3”
Inpond 600
HOSE
INPOND
Adjusting Dual Control T Piece and telescopic riser pipe
1. Adjust height by unlocking collar then pushing or
pulling 30cm telescopic riser pipe. Optional additional
20cm extensions can be added to increase the height.
2. Outlet Flow Control Valve
600/900 series
Supply water features, waterfalls and filters by adding
1” 3/4” 1/2” fittings and hose. Adjust flow by turning
flow control valve.
Inpond 300 only
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INPOND, FOUNTAIN AND/OR FEATURE OPTION
WATER
FEATURE
3. Fountain Flow Control Valve
Adjust fountain jet flow by turning flow control valve.
4. Fountain Ball Joint
Adjust the collar of the ball joint to enable
the extensions to be moved compensating
for an uneven pond floor.
INPOND
FOUNTAIN
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INPOND
PUMP
MIN: 1’3”
MAX: 2’3”
HOSE
Tip: Ensure that any fountain or feature fitted does not empty water out of pond/water feature.
FOUNTAIN OPTION
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
Waterfall Installation
Inpond 300
INPOND ALL-IN-ONE RUNS A FOUNTAIN OR FEATURE AND LED SPOTLIGHT
Important
The outlet hose should be smooth bore (not corrugated) pipe installed over as short a
distance as possible with no kinks or bends.
Connecting Outlet Hoses
Installing the waterfall
or feature
300
Inpond 600
INPOND ALL-IN-ONE FILTER RUNS A FOUNTAIN, FEATURE AND LED SPOTLIGHT
600
The recommended hose size for
your Inpond Filter is stated in the filter
performance and specification chart.
On Page 8
Always secure with a Jubilee clip
Water
Feature
8”
extension
pipe
Use the shortest possible hose
lengths to minimise flow restrictions.
12”adjustable
tetescopic
extension pipe
LED Spotlight
20° +/- ball joint
adjustment to
compensate for
uneven pond floor
Fully adjustable
fountain control.
Adjusts fountain
height and width.
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Warming the hose in a bucket of
boiling water can aid fitting.
Interchangeable 1”/25mm,
3/4”/19mm, 1/2” 12.5mm
hose fittings
To feature
or waterfall
Avoid folds and kinks in the hose,
which will reduce flow and filter
performance.
Hose
Fully adjustable
flow control for
water feature
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MAINTENANCE & CLEANING
MAINTENANCE & CLEANING
IMPORTANT - Failure to carry out routine maintenance leaving the pump
under reduced or no flow conditions for long periods will result in a shorter
pump life and will invalidate the guarantee.
Opening and locking filter handle
Easy lift integrated locking handle
The Pennington Inpond All-in-One pump is centrifugal with a magnetic impellor movement
driven by a watertight synchronous motor. They require minimum cleaning, only periodic
cleaning of the impellor is necessary.
Routine Maintenance
1. Switch off electricity
2. Remove Inpond from pond using carry handle (do not use the cables to lift
the Inpond)
1. Handle in the locked position
2.Handle is in the central position. This will enable the filter and pump to be carried in and out of the pond. *Ensure the filter is not carried by the pump cable.
3.Close handle down to open position
4.The handle is in the unlocked position allowing the filter media to be removed and cleaned.
How it works - Flow detail
The water flows through the top of the filter cage down through
the filter foams and ceramic media then through the UV chamber
ready to exit via the pump.
Automatic
LED Spotlight
Saving time and money
Locking Handle
Doubles as a carry
handle for easy
removal from pond
Pump
Low voltage running
Inlet Grills
High surface area, ideal
for general pond
Polymer Wool
Pad Cartridge
use
Polishes the water
quickly removing
particles that
create cloudiness
Course/Medium Foam
Open cell foam in two
reducing grades catching
dead algae, dirt and waste
giving a crystal clear pond.
Green Water UV Clarifier
Built in light guarantees
algae free clear water
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Safety Switch
Built in automatic magnetic
safety OFF switch for the UV
Ceramic Biomedia
Supports large populations
of friendly bacteria, creating
a clear and healthy pond
Foams may be cleaned vigorously in a bucket of pond water.
Ceramic bio media
These will only need very occasional cleaning (once per year), but must be rinsed in pond
water to prevent damaging the beneficial bacteria which help maintain a healthy pond.
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UVC Installation
Warning - 1) Always turn off the power before any maintenance to the UVC
section 2) Always view the UVC lamp through the viewing window on the UVC
Chamber 3) Direct exposure to UVC light can damage your eyes and skin.
Caution - Inpond UVC has been fitted with a magnetic safety switch. 1) Do not
remove unit with power turned on 2) Do not place near strong magnetic fields.
UVC Lamps & quartz sleeve maintenance
The UVC lamp must be replaced every six months / once a season. It is recommended that
the lamp is replaced in the spring.
UVC Installation
4. If there are no signs of leakage reverse the procedure ensuring that the quartz sleeve O-ring is in place. See alignment diagram.
5. Ensure the yellow quartz sleeve cap and the green UVC electronics cap are firmly ser
cured by making sure the two looked positions are in direct line of each other. See diagram on page 18, section 5.
6. The unit is protected by a magnetic safety switch that prevents the UVC light from illuminating when the cover is removed even if the power is on.
7. In order to check that the UVC lamp is operating see page 23 on how to view your UVC lamp.
The Quartz sleeve can become coated in lime scale build up in hard water areas. This
should be carefully removed from the quartz sleeve and cleaned with a soft cloth.
A wet test must be carried out after maintenance to ensure there are no leaks before the
UVC is reconnected. pond/water feature.
Wet testing the UVC
Important - A wet test of the UVC under operating conditions must be carried
out before the UVC or electrical supply is installed. Connect the UVC to the Inpond
following all installation instructions. After running for 24 hours check for leaks.
Testing/replacing the UVC lamp
Important - Ensure that the mains supply is switched off and the power is isolated
before removing the UVC cover.
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See Page 17 for illustration
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1. Unlock the green UVC electronics cap.
2. Inspect the UVC cap and Quartz sleeve for water leaks.
If there has been any damage to the unit please return to the point of purchase for inspection.
3. Then unlock the yellow quartz sleeve end cap and unplug the lamp to replace if desired
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UVC ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
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UVC ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Attention has been drawn to the fact that special rules may exist concerning the installation of
your Inpond UVC.
This UVC must not be used in swimming pools, or areas where people are in contact with the
water.
ALIGN ARROWS
Danger - Ultra violet Radiation. Do not expose eyes to lamp rays. Disconnect
power before servicing or replacing the lamp. READ THE INSTRUCTIONS
Electrical installation - UVC
Always disconnect the mains electricity supply whilst the equipment is being installed, repaired,
maintained or handled.
WARNING: Electrical Safety
UVC warning: Dangerous Ultra Violet Radiation. The rays from the UVC lamp
are harmful to eyes and skin.
Always turn off UVC electrical supply before any maintenance.
To protect the UVC starter; never immerse in water. Locate the UVC starter
(Inpond 300 part 12 & Inpond 600 part 11) 3’2” minimum from pond edge.
Warning - To rduce the risk of electric shock, connect only to a grounded,
grounding-type receptacle. To reduce the risk of electric shock, intsall only a
circuit protected by a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI)
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MAINTENANCE & CLEANING
MAINTENANCE & CLEANING
LED Automatic Photo Sensor
Polymer wool cartridge
The polymer wool pad may be washed a limited number of times before it starts to lose
efficiency and block rapidly.
Replacement packs of polymer wool are availible from your retailer and are quick and easy
to replace.
See page 15 On how to remove the cartridge easiliy from the Inpond.
Active hinge
Polymer wool cartridge
Automatic LED spot light
- detects when light levels are low/dusk
The LED automatic sensor is positioned
on top of the motor body between the
outlet and the lamp. Ensure this is kept
clean from dirt and algae as it needs
sufficent light to activate correctly.
Ball joint
LED automatic sensor
Pump
If the LED light is not required
you can permentently remove the lamp.
Inpond comes complete with a rubber
cover that can be used to keep the LED
light on permenantly.
See instruction sticker on the pump for more information.
This extremely effcient lamp uses less
than 1 watt of electricity which
automatically turns on at dusk and off at dawn.
Annual maintenance of the filter
Check for wear. Once a year you should dismantle your Inpond. Dismantle the filter
examining all the parts for wear or damage, replacing any parts showing obvious signs
of wear and/or damage (see getting to know your filter for replacement codes and parts
descriptions on pages 2, 3, 4 & 5)
Polymer wool pad
Annual maintenance of the pump
Removing led Lamp
Replacing or removing the lamp
can be easiliy done by unscrewing
the lamp screw cap, then the clear
cover can come apart. Allowing the
LED lamp to be disconnected. See
getting to know your Inpond for part
descriptions.
Pump
Important - Ensure that the mains supply is switched off and the power isolated
before removing the lamp cover.
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Check for wear. Once a year you should service your pump. Dismantle pump and examine
all parts for wear or damage, replacing any parts that show obvious wear and/or damage
(see getting to know your Inpond for parts/description and replacement codes). Particular
care should be taken to examine the cable entry points.
Annual maintenance of the UVC
Check for wear. Once a year you should dismantle your Inpond UVC section. Ensure you
have disconnected the mains supply before carrying out any maintenance or cleaning.
Dismantle the UVC containing all the parts for wear and damage, replacing any parts
that show obvious signs of wear and damage (see getting to know your Inpond for parts/
description and replacement codes).
Winter Storage
The Inpond can be run in the pond during the winter but care should be taken to ensure that
it is fully immersed and cannot freeze solid. If the Inpond is not used during the winter follow
the annual maintenance procedure and store frost-free in the house or garage until spring.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Inpond Filter
Cloudy/brown water • The flow rate / pond turnover is to high or to low. Check that you have correctly
calculated the pond volume and that pump flow rate is within limits.
• The filter is not being supplied with water 24 hours a day. Do not turn off your Inpond. Continuous running is needed to maintain a clean and healthy pond.
• The filter foam pads are insufficiently blocked to trap the fine waste.
• The water is extremely dirty, remove pond waste and leaves - carry out a partial water change.
• Filter is incorrectly sized - refer to filter performance and specification chart.
• The filter foams have not been positioned or replaced correctly, ensure that the foams fit tightly within the filter chamber.
UVC leaks
• Check that the UVC O-ring has been correctly assembled.
• Check that the UVC cap is correctly locked with the yellow quartz sleeve section. Arrows on both caps should be correctly aligned when fitted. See page 16 & 17 on how to correctly install and remove UVC section.
Inpond Pump
Problem
Low flow from pump
1. Follow routine cleaning procedure if no improvement.
2. Follow monthly cleaning procedure.
3. Ensure pipe work is not blocked, leaking or is laid so that it gets crushed or kinked.
4. Keep the height that water is to be pumped from the water surface (called Head) to a minimum. The higher the head the lower the flow rate and the more wear on the pump.
5. Use the largest diameter, smoothest bore pond hose over the shortest
distance and keep hose fittings to a minimum. This removes frictional loss
of flow and so increases pump flow rates.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Poor Fountain performance
• Reduced height.
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Jets blocked.
Clean flow adjusters and fountain
head. Wash under a tap or hose.
Pond Pump Cleaner should be used
to remove lime scale build-up/waste
(see diagram) for improved results.
DAISY
To clean, remove head
and rinse.
Or in hard water
areas, use Pond Pump Cleaner
No flow from pump
1. Check power supply is on.
2. Check fuse and wiring (SEE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION).
3. Follow low flow procedure as above.
If none of the above works contact Pennington customer marketing Department
(See Faults problem procedure Page 25).
Green water
• Settlement test the water to ensure that there is no sediment suspended in the water. If there is, follow the brown cloudy water troubleshooting guide.
•
In order to check that the UVC lamp is operating: Open the filter unit (see page 15)
remove the filter foams and cartridge. Positioned on top of the yellow UVC contact chamber will be a round viewing window where you should see a faint blue light.
This operation may need to be carried out at dusk as UVC lamps emit a dim blue light under normal operation. Turning the lamp on and off may aid visual identification. (Ensure the UVC lamp is not more than 6 months old).
• The UVC may be working effectively but the filter foam/media is too clean and is
unable to remove the fine coagulated waste.
• The filter is too small for the pond, check your filter selection chart.
• The UVC quartz sleeve is dirty or coated in lime scale. Gently remove the quartz sleeve and clean.
• Follow all cloudy water trouble shooting points.
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TROUBLESHOOTING & IMPORTANT
UVC light not illuminated
• Check all fuses / RCD and electrical connections follow electrical installation
Faults - Problem Procedure
Before returning your Inpond to your dealer or contacting our Consumer Advice
Department, please carry out the following steps. This will solve most problems quickly
and easily.
1. Ensure electrical procedures have been followed fully. Check fuses and any cable
connectors/switch boxes.
2.
(a) Follow routine maintenance procedure fully. (b) Check location and connecting your pump details including flow rates. (c) Ensure that your pond volume and pump flow rate
meet the maximum pond size recommended for the filter model on the filter
performance and specification chart. (d) Follow troubleshooting guide.
3. If there is a mechanical breakdown of the filter or UVC, return to the point of purchase
for inspection and advice (You will need proof of purchase).
Guarantee
IMPORTANT
PUMP & LIGHT
This product is guaranteed against defects in material and workmanship for 2 years from date
of purchase, under normal usage. This guarantee DOES NOT APPLY in case of improper
us, negligence, lack of maintenace or accidental damage either to the pump or the impeller
shaft. If the pump fails due to a manufacturing fault within this period it will be either repaired or
replaced free of charge. Liability is limited to replacement of the faulty product only, no other
costs will be reimbursed. The guarantee is not transferable and does not affect your statutory
rights. This guarantee does not confer any rights other than those expressly set out above.
Excludes the pump impellor & LED lamp which may require replacing annually. If any parts
need replacing, spares are availible from your retailer.
Clearwater Guarantee
The Clearwater guarantee will be honoured for 1 year after proof of purchase.
Clearwater is guaranteed to a depth of 3’2”, so that fish are clearly visible.
Clearwater is guaranteed provided:
• You follow all instructions as above.
• Your filter is within the performance guidelines stated.
UV & FILTER
This product is guaranteed against defects in material and workmanship for 2 years from the
date of purchase, under normal usage. The guarantee DOES NOT APPLY in case of improper
use, negligence, lack of maintenace or accidental damage to either the filter or UVC. If the
filter or UVC fails due to a manufacturing fault within this period it will be either repaired or
replaced free of charge. Liability is limited to replacement of the faulty product only; no other
costs will be reimbursed. The guarantee is not transferable and does not affect your statutory
rights. This guarantee does not confer any rights other than those expressly set out above. This
guarantee does not cover the filter foams or UVC bulb, which will need replacing when worn
or every 6 months. If any parts are needed, spares are availible from your retailer.
• You consult the Pennington customer marketing department and follow any advice to
correct the situation. See details below. Refunds can only be authorised by Pennington.
Consumer Advice contact details
Pennington
1280 Atlanta Hwy.
Madison,GA
30650
Tel: 1- 800 - 285 - 7333
www.penningtonaquagarden.com
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