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Color:F21-101-035-101 (12V)

NOTE:
1.When the water pump is working, it is necessary to ensure a smooth drainage of the water pump to avoid holding the pump and causing damage to the pressure switch.
2.If you hear the abnormal sound of the switch ticking during operation, please turn off the pump immediately and increase the pressure appropriately.
3.Has a slight waterproof function. There is no need to worry too much about splashing a little water (you can wipe it dry), but it is strictly forbidden to soak the pump motor in water. If the pump is placed in the open air, it should be covered to protect it to prevent water from splashing into the motor. Cause power failure, leakage or motor damage.
4.The water inlet must be installed with a filter device, and liquids with impurities cannot be sucked in, otherwise it will easily block the water pump, which will cause the pressure to drop and the flow rate will decrease, or even the water cannot be pumped.
5.It is strictly forbidden to use this machine without the filter connected, and the density of the filter is preferably above 80 grit.
6.The pump works intermittently, and it must not work 24 hours a day.
7. Please disconnect the connection between the motor pump and the power supply when it is not used for a long time or when it is temporarily suspended.
8.Please confirm the power supply parameters before use, must be consistent with the input parameters of the motor pump.
9.In order to avoid water leakage to the rotor when the product fails, the correct installation method is that the pump head is down or placed flat.

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