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Old 05-31-2009, 05:03 PM
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So I've had this fountain for about 2 years now and just got around to getting it working. The main reason for this is I tried several solar pumps so I could save on the electrical bill.

So here it is, had to dig a 100 ft trench for the electrical line about a foot deep all the way insulated in pvc pipe. Sure hope my grass will reseed had to go right down the middle of my back lawn.









From the pic's it look like I need to adjust the bottom leaf so it sits on its stand correctly. And yes I know the water tube is showing, when I took the pic I wan't do fixing the flowers and all the crap.
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Old 05-31-2009, 05:23 PM
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I think all water features are cool..great job
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Old 05-31-2009, 05:38 PM
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looks good, ohh by the way... the water tube is showing
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Old 05-31-2009, 05:43 PM
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Looks good, but can you do anything about that water tube?
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nice job. btw pvc needs to be 18" deep to meet the nec code im a electrician lol.
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looks great Tyler
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nice job. btw pvc needs to be 18" deep to meet the nec code im a electrician lol.
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nice job. btw pvc needs to be 18" deep to meet the nec code im a electrician lol.
I figured as much.

When I started I was thinking couple hours then chill in the hammock, beer in one had and water in the back ground. Five hours later and no beer Just eat and crashed.
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Old 06-01-2009, 05:07 AM
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I figured as much.

When I started I was thinking couple hours then chill in the hammock, beer in one had and water in the back ground. Five hours later and no beer Just eat and crashed.
sounds like one of my wifes projects... she never knows what she is getting into until she starts it.
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sounds like one of my wifes projects... she never knows what she is getting into until she starts it.
Who do you think had this crazy idea, and the need for such a big foutain.
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