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    Hydor | Previous Electric Issues with Koralia 2 & 3

    Around this time last year Hydor recalled many of their Koralia 2 and 3 pumps, but a few are still reporting  electrical issues or voltage leaks. We know many of our readers use these pumps so to be safe here’s the info you need to see if you have a problem pump that slipped through. […]

    Around this time last year Hydor recalled many of their Koralia 2 and 3 pumps, but a few are still reporting  electrical issues or voltage leaks. We know many of our readers use these pumps so to be safe here’s the info you need to see if you have a problem pump that slipped through.

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    An E-mail from Hydor USA, posted on UtahReefs:

    Because not every Koralia #2 and #3 were effected, we did not consider this an all out recall. If you check the label on your pump there is a 3 digit number on it. If it is 713, then you are OK. If it is 649 or 704, it could be effected by the defect. If it is, we will be happy to replace it for you. Please send it to the following address with your name, address and phone number so we know where to send the new one.
    Hydor USA
    4147 Northgate Blvd Suite 6
    Sacramento, CA 95834
    Thanks for contacting Hydor USA,
    Bruce Azzarito 

    Before shipping out your pump, we’d suggest giving them a call. You can reach Hydor USA at:

    Toll-Free: 866-493-6787

    Phone: 916-920-5222

    Fax: 916-920-5522 

     

     

    2 Comments

    1. July 28, 2008 at 5:38 PM | Permalink

      very informative E&F~ Thanks.

      We have LFS that sell the this, but I could not hear about this issues.

      I will tell about this to my club members
      Thanks.

    2. July 29, 2008 at 11:23 AM | Permalink

      No problem Vince. Glad we can help 😉

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