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We were told to do this when we installed our pond, and have faithfully complied with instructions yearly. I assumed it had something to do with (whatever mechanisms pumps have) freezing up...but if you have experienced no problems, perhaps I was misinformed. What brand of pump do you use?
On Monday, November 8, 2004, at 06:23 PM, Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:

In a message dated 11/8/04 3:21:20 PM, cathy.c@insightbb.com writes:

<<  If you have no living things to preserve, I would just drain
it, but if you have a pump to produce a fountain, waterfall, etc, you
will have to store it, in water, in a frost-free area until spring.  >>

Cathy, we drain & cover ours each fall. We remove the pump, filter, etc,
move them indoors but we do not keep them in water. Why do you need water?

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