All-in-one pond filtration solution boasts expandable design to boost filtration capacity! Lifegard Aquatics All-In-One Pond Filter System provides mechanical and biological filtration, algae control with the built-in 13-watt ultraviolet sterilizer AND creates a beautiful and soothing water display with the included fountain kit. Compact, 3-in-1 submersible pond filtration system includes everything required for convenient operation right out of the box.
Lifegard Aquatics All-In-One Pond Filter System eliminates complicated plumbing and product selection and is available in three complete package sizes to address the filtration needs of ponds and water gardens up to 2,000 gallons. Optional Add-On Cartridge Unit (sold separately) increases filter capacity with an additional layer of 2-stage mechanical filtration.
- 2-stage high capacity mechanical filtration (2 types of sponges) to remove solids
- Biological media in filter bag for biological filtration
- 13-Watt Ultraviolet Sterilizer with separate 20 ft cord
- UV Light Indicator for simple visual confirmation of bulb operation
- Quiet, efficient Quiet One Pump with 20 ft power cord
- Complete Fountain Kit features ball-joint leveling device to keep fountain spray vertical even when pond bottom is not level
- Maintenance Handle provides easy access to remove system from water
|All-In-One Pond Filter System
||Pond Size Up to
|Triple Filter System (Mfg# R442003)
||Quiet One 4000 991 gph
||15" x 15" x 12" high
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Remove the Layer Locking Assembly that is holding down the Housing Cover Top. Take off the layer(s) by gently sliding out the Locking Notches. Inspect the Pump and UV Chamber. Both should be locked in place. The Biological Media bag should be placed by the UV Chamber Opening and the pump base should be locked in place. The O-ring on the Pump to UV Chamber Adapter should be in position on the grey pump volute and properly inserted into the UV Chamber Housing.
Step 2: Once all the parts are inspected for correct positioning, make sure that the pump cable is running through the Locks and is locked in place with the Rubber Cord Grommet.
Step 3: Correctly place the layer(s) back on the base by sliding the Locking Notches into the Notch Holders. Similarly place the Top Housing Cover and lock it in with the Locking Assembly. Now you are ready to put the 1" Leveling Fitting for Fountain Kit, Diverter Valve and the Fountain Kit is complete. Put the UV Bulb in the 2-Pin Ballast Connector. Slide the black rubber Gasket of the Quartz Sleeve onto the open rim of the Quartz Sleeve so that the flat end of the Gasket faces out to the Clear UV Cover. Slide the Quartz Sleeve into the round notch of the Clear UV Cover. Now hold the Clear UV Cover and slide the Quartz Sleeve into the UV Chamber. Align the two Guide Notches with the opening on the Clear UV Cover. Close the Nut and hand tighten only.
Note: It is recommended that you service the Quiet One Pump every three months to enhance its efficiency and the life of the moving parts. Before you start to service the pump, first "REMOVE" the UV Bulb and Sleeve from the unit. Not doing this first, you risk cracking the Quartz Sleeve and UV Bulb. To service the pump follow Step 1 to remove the Top Cover, Filter Layers and the Biological Media Bag. With the Quartz Sleeve and UV Bulb out of the chamber, remove the UV Housing Cover by removing the screws that hold it in place.
Step 4: Gently slide the UV Housing Cover by first sliding it out from the pump and then the base UV seal. The pump is locked onto the base with horizontal notches. Note the position of the pump when it is locked onto the base. Once this process is complete, you will have to lock the pump back into the same position. With the pump fully exposed, push it out horizontally along the notches.
Note: You may have to place the filter base sideways and push the pump into the groove until you hear a locking clock sound. Similarly push in the opposite direction to take the pump out of the groove. Caution: Vertical pull may result in damaging the base or the pump. With the pump out, remove the grey pump volute by twisting it counter clockwise. This will expose the impeller and shaft of the pump. Inspect all parts for any debris. Use a brush to remove any debris.
Recommendation: It is recommended to use Lifegard Silicon Lubricant (Mfg Item # R172036, DFS# 907904) on all rubber O-rings and the impeller and shaft of the pump. After servicing the pump, replace the pump back onto the base by following Step 4 in reverse. Make sure to slide the pump back onto the base until it is locked and you hear a locking click. If the pump is not all the way locked, the UV chamber will not fit properly. Reinstall the Pump to UV Chamber Adapter.
Step 5: Run the pump cord along the cord holders on the base and reinstall the Rubber Cord Grommet.
Step 6: Start to reinstall the UV Housing Chamber by first installing the open end of the Housing that goes over the O-ring for the Internal UV Housing. Slide it gently and press the end that connects to the pump by sliding it onto the O-ring of the Pump to UV Chamber Adapter.
Step 7: Adjust the UV Chamber housing and align the holes for the locking screws. You may need to adjust the Pump to the UV Chamber Adapter so the screws align properly. Make sure the O-ring for the Internal UV Housing and the O-ring of the Pump to UV Chamber Adapter makes a proper seal.
Place the Biological Media Bag and follow Step 1, Step 2, and Step 3 to install the layers and Fountain Assembly.