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Hi my pump has died on me i was wondering if

the clean water submersible pumps with float switch

are any good or shell i just go for a normal pond pump



thanks



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I like the basic Sequence pumps - out of water, super powerful, energy
efficient.

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Hi my pump has died on me i was wondering if

the clean water submersible pumps with float switch

are any good or shell i just go for a normal pond pump



thanks




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where can i find them from m8 im in the uk

thanks
"gng" wrote in message
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I like the basic Sequence pumps - out of water, super powerful, energy
efficient.

"ant" wrote in message
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Hi my pump has died on me i was wondering if

the clean water submersible pumps with float switch

are any good or shell i just go for a normal pond pump



thanks






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On Sun, 21 May 2006 13:42:28 GMT, ant wrote:

where can i find them from m8 im in the uk


http://www.koicarp.net/pumps/sequenc...nce_pumps.html

thanks
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I like the basic Sequence pumps - out of water, super powerful, energy
efficient.

"ant" wrote in message
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Hi my pump has died on me i was wondering if

the clean water submersible pumps with float switch

are any good or shell i just go for a normal pond pump



thanks







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Old 23-05-2006, 08:12 PM posted to alt.garden.pond.chat
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thanks i will have a look


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On Sun, 21 May 2006 13:42:28 GMT, ant wrote:

where can i find them from m8 im in the uk


http://www.koicarp.net/pumps/sequenc...nce_pumps.html

thanks
"gng" wrote in message
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I like the basic Sequence pumps - out of water, super powerful, energy
efficient.

"ant" wrote in message
...
Hi my pump has died on me i was wondering if

the clean water submersible pumps with float switch

are any good or shell i just go for a normal pond pump



thanks







--
Regards - Rodney Pont
The from address exists but is mostly dumped,
please send any emails to the address below
e-mail ngpsm4 (at) infohitsystems (dot) ltd (dot) uk






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Old 31-05-2006, 11:02 AM posted to alt.garden.pond.chat
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thanks for that m8 i went for a fish mate 9000
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I was on a one-horse external pump for 25 years which finally gave out.
Expensive thing. I went to a 1/2 horse Semis (or some name like that in a
blue box) submersible pump. I went through three of them in ten months.
No
good. I am now on a Sears 1/2 HP pump that has been working fine for six
months. I guess submersibles are made for basement flooding, etc where
they
don't run continuously. I may go back to an external pump if this one
quits....







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