Set the Heron Spitter on the level place with its mouth facing a pond.
Connect the tube to the outlet of the pump and to the inlet of crane.
Place the pump in the water.
Plug in the pump and turn the switch on; after a short while the water will spit from the heron's mouth.
The flow rate can be increased or decreased by moving the flow rate switch toward MAX or MIN .
Care and Maintenance
Check the water level regularly; the pump should always be fully submersed, even when not in use. Never allow the pump to run dry.
In cold winter areas, store the pump and spitter in an area where it cannot freeze.
Clean the spitter and pump periodically. The frequency will depend on the weather and location of the spitter. The outside of the spitter can be cleaned using a soft cloth and clean water and the pump with a soft brush. A mild detergent can be used, if necessary, but it will cause the water to foam.
The use of an GFI circuit breaker is strongly recommended. Follow good working practices for electrical safety, particularly if using extension leads, and if area becomes wet.
Always unplug the fountain before placing your hands in the water.
Insert plug into indoor outlets only, unless the outlet has a protective enclosure.
Make sure the outlet is above the height of the cable exit point.
Do not bury the cable. Keep it clear of areas where it might become snagged or damaged.
Do not use the pump when the water is frozen
Do not use the pump for flammable liquids.
Ensure the crane is only placed on surfaces that will not get marked or damaged by water splashing.
Wildlife may drink from your pond water, so do not treat the water with toxic chemicals.
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