What a great, great thread!!! Thank you for starting it! So am I jumping the gun too much if I order mine now for a February birth?????
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8/6/07 at 9:16am
Here's a copy of an old post to explain how the Python drain & fill attachment works:
Look at this picture first:
It should be hooked up just like this picture.
Unfortunately, that link no longer works! Is Photo H in this link the same thing?
A question, for some reason I can't figure this out.
Do I need to buy: http://www.drsfostersmith.com/produc...1&N=2004&Nty=1
as well as:
No Spill Clean 'N Fill Accessories H. Replacement Faucet Pump
Python Hose Extensions 20 ft
No Spill Clean 'N Fill Accessories C. Flow Switch open/close
Or will those last three work just fine on their own to fill and drain the pool?
You will also need a faucet adapter for the faucet in your sink to attach the hose. It's the same brand. They cost about $2. In the photo linked below, the faucet adapter you need is labeled "C" (the plastic one) or "E" (the metal one). They are standard and will allow you to connect any hose (aquarium, rv, or garden hose) and/or a drain & fill pump to the faucet in your sink.
Wondering if the drain and fill pump will fit on our outside water faucet without an adapter since its already meant for hoses? Its the only place we have to hook up to because our three faucets in the house can't be attached to. My dh says he'll find a better way. But he's so busy and the baby's due in two weeks so I'd like to get this figured out sooner than later.
I am having a faucet issue. We have some serious hard water issues in this apartment, and weird faucets.
I got the white plastic faucet adaptor (G- http://www.drsfostersmith.com/produc...pc=1&N=0&Nty=1)
It is not working. My faucet doesn't have the threaded part or just a tiny bit. What do other people do for this?
Kitchen sink with and without part screwed in:
Bathroom with and without:
Would the E or F option of adaptors work better? Anyone know? I am completely lost and can't find these in my area.