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What kind of a pump do I use to drain a Waterbed??
JF Priest
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What kind of a pump do I use to drain a Waterbed??
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I was using the old (attach to your Spigot) type siphon connection.. Way to slow and since it uses water to draw from the bed it wastes water..Any Suggestions ?? I am looking for something to pump the water to my sink drain from the Mattress..

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RE: What kind of a pump do I use to drain a Waterbed??
i dunno but i can Bump for someone who might :)

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RE: What kind of a pump do I use to drain a Waterbed??
maybe, some kind of water pump?

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lil mini pool pump ?

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"Water bed pumps" - google
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RE: What kind of a pump do I use to drain a Waterbed??
JF Priest  Wrote: (11-01-2011 06:27 PM)
I was using the old (attach to your Spigot) type siphon connection.. Way to slow and since it uses water to draw from the bed it wastes water..Any Suggestions ?? I am looking for something to pump the water to my sink drain from the Mattress..

There should be a hose that came with the bed for siphoning. If not, go get one and suck on it. /sarc

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RE: What kind of a pump do I use to drain a Waterbed??
A pump isn't needed to drain a water bed. Any long hose will do. The only stipulation is that the drain end is lower than the originating source. The sink will not do unless it is downstairs from the bed. Gravity does the work once the drain end is low enough from the source.
A water bed can be drained outside through a window or door. Slow drain means your hose is small.


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RE: What kind of a pump do I use to drain a Waterbed??
I could say a Sump Pump..(submersible)..But looking for some knowledge.. Thanks..

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Water pump, yeah definatley a water pump.
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][nƒ³RnªL  Wrote: (11-01-2011 06:33 PM)
your hose is small.

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RE: What kind of a pump do I use to drain a Waterbed??
JF Priest  Wrote: (11-01-2011 06:33 PM)
I could say a Sump Pump..(submersible)..But looking for some knowledge.. Thanks..

Then why are you asking us ?

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RE: What kind of a pump do I use to drain a Waterbed??
][nƒ³RnªL  Wrote: (11-01-2011 06:33 PM)
A pump isn't needed to drain a water bed. Any long hose will do. The only stipulation is that the drain end is lower than the originating source. The sink will not do unless it is downstairs from the bed. Gravity does the work once the drain end is low enough from the source.
A water bed can be drained outside through a window or door. Slow drain means your hose is small.

Correct but the sink is a little higher and I do not have a Floor drain...So it will have to be an electric pump

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RE: What kind of a pump do I use to drain a Waterbed??
You have a water bed? Lmao

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10 gauge works fastest.
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