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Foreside Home and overseas Garden D9390 Cascading Bird with Cups W Indoor Import

Foreside Home and Garden D9390 Cascading Cups with Bird Indoor W

$111

Foreside Home and Garden D9390 Cascading Cups with Bird Indoor W

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Product description

Bring garden tranquility into your home with this metal cascading fountain. The sound of flowing water will create a soothing ambiance in your home office or living space as it pours from cup to cup in this stunning display. Water pools in a discrete pebble basin reminiscent of a meadow stream. The metal is lightly distressed in robin's egg blue, burnished orange and deep maroon and will beautifully complement any decor. Present this water feature as a meaningful housewarming gift, or use it to add an inspired finishing touch in your own home.


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Setting Up and Using Your Fountain:

Assembly Each fountain is easy to assemble! Once you have the fountain unpacked, connect the pump to the plastic tube that is attached to the upper part of the base. Insert the pump into the base and push down to suction the pump to the bottom. Fill the base up with distilled water until the pump is completely submerged. Plug in the pump, it will make a loud noise until water is flowing through it and then adjust the flow on the side of the pump until you get your desired results.
Pump The pump is a variable speed UL listed pump. The pump will burn out and stop working if it is ever running with any part of it out of water. It is extremely important to make sure that the pump is always fully submerged in distilled water at all times. Please note that natural water evaporation will happen when running, so water must be replenished frequently to avoid pump burn out.
Water Requirements Please only use distilled water. Tap water containers minerals that will lead to a build-up on the pump and will cause the pump to burn out. Water evaporation will happen when the fountain is in use or when it is not in use, so it is very important that water levels are checked before every use and water is added to ensure the pump is always fully submerged in water.
Pebbles A small bag of pebbles is included. Please note this is only about a handful of pebbles, there are not enough pebbles to cover the entire base of the fountain.

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