Inflow Kit with Return Jet by CPR

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Inflow Kit with Return Jet by CPR

60% Recommend this to a friend (3 of 5)

SKU: 203305
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CPR's Aquarium Inflow Kit contains everything you need other than a pump to return water to your tank.


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CPR's Aquarium Inflow Kit contains everything you need other than a pump to return water to your tank. Kit includes:

  • 3/4" Return Jet
  • 4 feet of 3/4" ID Tubing
  • 1 plastic hose clamp


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  • Needs a hole put in it to prevent back siphoning By Toni on 12/5/2016

    My sump flooded after turning my return pump off. My old one came with a hole in it and I didn't realize this ove did not until it was too late. I had just added pods to my sump so this was a costly mistake. Then I guess my hole was not big enough because it did it again. At least I was watching for it this time.
  • Fits the Bill By Luke on 7/11/2015

    The return works as expected. Quick and simple, the only complaint I have is if you dont have a check valve, it sits too low in my tank and when i put the pump in feed mode, it siphons water down. You could use some line lock to make it a little easier. But in a pinch, it does the trick
  • GREAT BUY By DanoSiena on 1/5/2015

    Priced very well and was relatively easy to assemble, with some help from a friend. Does what it is suppose to.
  • Works as intended By Eric on 7/26/2014

    Bought this because I could not drill my tank and this kit hooked right up to my return pump.
  • Good product, wrong way to do a return. By Bill on 11/1/2012

    If you absolutely can't drill the side of your tank for a return, then this is a good product. If you can drill the tank....DO IT, and buy the plumbing to do it right.


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Is this return-jet drilled to prevent back-siphoning, like the RJK75 kit?
Question by: Ryan on Feb 3, 2016 1:58:00 PM
Great question!
This return jet is not drilled to prevent the back siphon. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Feb 24, 2016 6:23:00 PM