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Old 09-14-2019, 10:37 PM   #1
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Just bought a 1996 2300SC, so excited about my newest member of my boat(s) 2 now. Going out to Morro Bay for 2 weeks of ocean fishing. Need info on the tank on the rear landing of my boat? Also how do I operate the sink? need the basic info book on these.
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Old 09-15-2019, 01:07 AM   #2
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Turn on the fresh water pump...

Tank on the rear landing????

I had a 2300SC and it did not have any tanks on the swim deck if that is what you mean by the 'rear landing'...
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Turn on the fresh water pump...

Tank on the rear landing????

I had a 2300SC and it did not have any tanks on the swim deck if that is what you mean by the 'rear landing'...
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Need info on the tank on the rear landing of my boat?
I'm not sure what you mean "rear landing". The swim platform?? There will be only one water tank down in the bilge somewhere. There should be a deck fill somewhere (most likely on or around the transom somewhere).

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Also how do I operate the sink?
1) Fill the water tank
2) Turn on the battery switch
3) Turn on the freshwater pressure pump
4) open the faucet

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need the basic info book on these.
Such doesn't exist. The owners manual is generic with the only quasi-helpful bit being the wiring diagram. A little knowledge of 12v DC and some time following circuits will clear that up.
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Thank u so much,now I just have to locate the pressure pump. I have a switch on the side of the sink. It has a water drop logo and the switch is red? Got water? There is a small pump next to the bildge? I will look for a switch. I really don't want to full the water tank until locate the pump. I leave to fish the ocean on the 9/23- 10/4 and I'm ready except for the water issue��
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It seems to be the random washer but I'm still looking for the pump��
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It seems to be the random washer but I'm still looking for the pump��
Try tracing the water line from the freshwater tank and it will led you to the pump.
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Thank u so much,now I just have to locate the pressure pump. I have a switch on the side of the sink. It has a water drop logo and the switch is red? Got water? There is a small pump next to the bildge? I will look for a switch. I really don't want to full the water tank until locate the pump. I leave to fish the ocean on the 9/23- 10/4 and I'm ready except for the water issue��
I have no idea if you're asking or telling here. Yes, there should be a lit switch with a red light (light may or may not be working) in the galley that turns on the pressure water pump.

Again the tank will need to have water in it and the battery switch would also need to be on.
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