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external pump / filter for concrete fountain
boofee
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I have an old concrete water fountain in my garden that is about 5 feet tall with two tiers. The pump / filter is enclosed inside one of four removable pieces of the concrete fountain. Whenever I need to clean the pump filter, it is a huge ordeal due to the weight of the fountain. Does anyone know of an external fountain pump/filter that I could buy to replace the one we currently use so I wouldn't have to take the fountain apart to maintain the filter?
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Hi, I'm not sure of your fountain's water flow needs, but everyone likes the Eheim Universal Hobby Pumps for their solid reliability (used for aquariums, fountains, etc.). You can attach a filter unit to it; those are usually sold separately and there is no need to combine the pump with the filter. This is where I get my Eheim pumps:

http://www.marinedepot.com/Eheim_Universal_%22Hobby%22_Pump_Up_to_500_Gallons_Per_Hour_Submersible_Water_Pumps-Eheim-EH1046-FIWPSBUF-vi.html
boofee
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Thank you - I ordered an Eheim!
jamesd


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Glad you ordered one. I have one too and the thing will outlast you.

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serena45


Joined: 13 Jan 2018
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Hello...

I am buying a new pump for my farm's pond..., and one of my friend suggest me this 2300L/H ECO Fountain Pond Pump..., I want some more suggestions before buying it...
So, please suggest me some more pumps name..????
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