////Q.5 Air Pump, up to 50 US Gal (190 L)

Q.5 Air Pump, up to 50 US Gal (190 L)

SKU: A849 | UPC: 015561108492
Format: 50 US Gal (190 L)
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The Q Air Pump series produces consistent air flow and is among the quietest models available thanks to an integrated pump well and noise-suppressing baffle chamber.

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  • Produces consistent air flow thanks to an advanced swing-arm and diaphragm design
  • Ultra quiet – thick double-wall outer casing, integrated pump well and noise-suppressing baffle chamber
  • Long lasting and reliable performance
Aquarium capacity: up to 50 US Gal (190 L)

2 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY

To register your warranty on line or for more information on this and other products go to www.hagen.com

Fluval Air Pumps are guaranteed against defects in material or workmanship under normal aquarium usage and service for 2 years. We offer a 2 year guarantee on all non-replaceable rubber parts which
means that the air pump will be repaired or replaced at the manufacturer’s discretion, free of charge, when the complete pump is returned with proof of purchase and postage paid. This warranty does not apply to any air pump that has been subjected to misuse, negligence, or tampering. No liability is assumed with respect to loss or damage to livestock or personal property irrespective of the cause thereof.

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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My pump seems to be making a lot of noise. Should I be concerned?

Q Series air pumps are quiet, so excessive noise is not normal. First, check any items connected to the pump for excess backpressure that may be building up. For example, air stones can plug up over time and need replacement. Then, open the pump and ensure that all rubber parts (i.e. diaphrams and bushings) are intact and in working order.

Why is water leaking out of my air pump?

When positioning an air pump below water level, back-siphoning can occur if an air pump check valve has not been used.

The air output has reduced. What do I do?

Check any items connected to the pump for excess backpressure that may be building up. For example, air stones can plug up over time and need replacement. Then, open the pump and ensure that all rubber parts (i.e. diaphrams and bushings) are intact and in working order.

What is the output of my air pump?

Please refer to your instruction manual, which was included inside the product packaging. You can also visit the product page of your air pump model on this website. There, you will find a link to view the instruction manual online.

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