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There is no solar panel is mains operated. The cable is for outdoors and is really long, so it's possible to have it almost anywhere.
I note that this water feature is marked as mains operated, are the mains delivered direct to the feature or via a 240/12v transformer 23 Apr 2015
Via a transformer than plug into mains..hope that makes sense.
I feel very very stupid as I can not seem to understand at all how to set this up to work. Can you please give me step by step instructions. Thank you 13 days ago
The little honey pot fits into the top and the plastic tube goes inside the larger honeypots. The plastic pipe needs to be pushed over the metal pipe inside the honey pot and the pump sits inside the honey pot. DO NOT put the transformer inside the back of the pot as this fills with water. Fill the honeypot with water but don't let it overflow. It is difficult to explain but I hope this helps a bit. Let me know how you get on.
Is the wire a thin one? Would it be possible to run it under a closed window as we do with fairy lights? Many thanks. 14 days ago
No it isn't that thin unfortunately. We had to get an electrician to give us an outside power source. Ended up being a more expensive option but well worth it. I just love this water feature. Stunning at night.
yes this feature purchased from us will come with a standard 2 year manufacturing warranty
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