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Tetrafauna Viquarium Terrarium & Aquarium, 20-55 gal

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Description

With the Tetrafauna Viquarium Terrarium & Aquarium Filter, you can transform your tank into a realistic river bottom environment for aquatic reptiles, amphibians and fish. Inside the package you’ll find a pump chamber, a waterfall, a filtration unit with built-in critter access ramps, a riverbed and extension piece, two rubber spacers, a powerful 80-GPH UL-listed submersible pump, and two ReptoFilter cartridges. Assembly is easy and quick, and the unit fits in most 20- to 50-gallon aquariums. Function meets design with three-stage filtration that removes debris and a river rock structure that allows you to create a more natural habitat for fish, turtles and frogs.

Key Benefits
  • Quick, easy, and flexible set-up fits in most 20-55 gallon aquariums
  • Ideal for aquatic reptiles, amphibians and fish
  • Double barreled, 3-stage whisper filtration keeps water crystal clear
  • Riverbed extension allows for variable size land and water sections
  • Includes: pump chamber, a waterfall, a filtration unit with built-in critter access ramps, a riverbed and extension piece, two rubber spacers, a powerful 80-GPH UL-listed submersible pump, and two ReptoFilter cartridges
What's Included

Pump chamber, waterfall, filtration unit with built-in critter access ramps, riverbed and extension piece, (2) rubber spacers, powerful 80-GPH UL-listed submersible pump, (2) ReptoFilter cartridges.

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  • Item Number
    105677
  • Dimensions
    17.323 x 13.976 x 8.465 inches
  • Weight
    12.66 pounds
  • Aquarium Type
    Freshwater
  • Fish Type
    Tropical Freshwater
  • Material
    Plastic
  • Reptile Type
    Aquatic Turtle, Frog, Newt
Instructions

Uses two medium ReptoFilter cartridges.

FAQ

My Viquarium pump has stopped pumping water. How do I get it fixed?

It will be necessary to open the pump and clean the impeller to prevent it from stopping over time. To do this, open the housing by twisting the impeller cover. Remove the housing lid and take out the magnetic impeller assembly. Now soak the black magnet and the white spinning blades in vinegar for two hours. Take a Q-tip and go around the inside of the pump. When the parts have soaked for two hours, rinse the parts with warm water and put the pump back together. This will keep your Viquarium pump running smoothly again.

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