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Old 01-27-2010, 01:19 PM   #1
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I need help putting my aqua tech 5-15 filter back together...my kids were trying to be helpful and took it all apart, and I cant seem to get all the little pieces back together. If anyone knows where I can get a user manual, it would be greatly appreciated.
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post some pics of it. ive got one, its very easy to put together. what parts dont you know how to put together?
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Ok, I know this sounds incredibly stupid, but it says aqua tech on the top, but I cant find any user manuals for this filter...I'll try to take a quick pic for you, but Im not sure if they will make sense or not, ill give it a try....
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I finally got some pics, hope this helps
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the black plastic piece with the hole in it sits down inside the filter on the side where the intake tube goes in. That is what the intake actually sits in. Then the other piece goes down in it, then the intake tube sits on top of it. They'll only go in one way, so you cant put it together wrong
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