turning off UV light for Laguna filter

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    qclabrat

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    anyone know how to turn off the UV light to a Laguna Pressure Flo filter?
    my searches have not been successful on the interweb
    thanks
     
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    In my old pressurized Easy Pro filter, there was a plug.
     
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    It should just be a plug as far as I know.
     
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    you mean unplug the bulb?
     
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    There should be a power cord running from the filter to the outlet. Just pull the plug to kill the light. Mine does not have a switch.
     
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    Power plug is just for the UV. The filter requires no power, just pump.
     
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    ahh, that makes sense
    got it, thanks
     
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