JBL Aqua In-Out Water Change
Self-priming and refills automatically – all-in-one set
- A water jet creates suction which draws the water out of the tank.
- It even siphones with a water jet pump when the tank is situated below the level of the sink!
- Ready for connection to most water taps with the two enclosed 28 x 1/22 x 1 & G3/4 M24 adapters.
- Comes with a gravel cleaner and an 8 m hose.
- After siphoning the pump just needs to be switched to “fill”.
New from JBL: the all-in-one sediment remover and water filling system
Using the new JBL Aqua In-Out, changing water is no longer messy, awkward, complicated or even impossible if the aquarium is positioned lower than the sink! The trick behind the new JBL Water Changing Set: a suction pump connected to the mains tap and simple to operate uses the suction of the stream of water to siphon water out of the aquarium, even if the outlet is not lower than the aquarium. Using the well-designed sediment bell provided, the dirt can be removed from the aquarium. Simply turn the suction pump to refill the aquarium with water. A clever hose clip (JBL ClipSafe) secures the hose to the edge of the aquarium, preventing an accidental swamp in the living room. Although all the components are available from JBL individually, aquarium enthusiasts will welcome the appearance of this all-in-one set. In the event that the distance to the drain is further than the 8 m hose provided, a JBL Aqua In-Out Extension Set with a further 8 m hose is available (incl. hose connection and screw fitting).
Type of product
|Volume packaging:||11.000 l|
|Gross weight:||1638 g|
|Net weight:||1364 g|
JBL Aqua In-Out: The adapters that come with it don't fit on the faucet in the kitchen or the one in the bathroom. Neither do they fit on the bathtub faucet. Where can I get the right adapters?
Unfortunately, I can't provide information on where you can find a suitable adapter in your area. All I can recommend is trying a classical bathroom retailer.
JBL Aqua In-Out stopcock: Sometimes there is no suction at the drain. What might be the cause?
It is impossible to determine why there is too little suction in a specific case by remote diagnosis. Factors such as the water pressure of the water mains, length of hose and whether there are any clogs in the system my be involved.
The suction is needed
a) when the Aqua In-Out is started up
b) permanently when the drain is higher than the water level in the tank.
Why does the hose always pop off at the coupling?
Have you made sure that the hose was positioned securely in the guide (between the connector and the "flexible knobs") at the coupling when the hose was installed? This is important because pressure is exerted on the hose when the coupling piece is screwed fast so that it can no longer come off.