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Old 09-06-2017, 01:40 PM   #1
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Default AC Inlet/ Water Filter 3200SCR

Anyone know where the filter is located for the waterline on a 3200SCR?


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Old 09-06-2017, 02:22 PM   #2
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Is this for the a/c ? If so it is in the bilge right after the water pickup is and before the electric pump is a brass cylinder looking thing. Mine has a couple of wing nuts to unscrew, lid pops up and mesh basket comes out and that is what you clean. If it is the water supply it is built into the pump the should be in the bilge also.

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Usually in the bilge right after the water pickup is and before the electric pump is a brass cylinder looking thing. Mine has a couple of wing nuts to unscrew, lid pops up and mesh basket comes out and that is what you clean.

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Assuming aft in the engine room then? Thanks I will go looking today
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The pickup for the A/C would be fairly far back. I my 2800, it was only about 8" form the transom in the engine compartment. You should see a seacock, then the hose from the Seacock goes into the Sea Strainer. From the sea strainer, a hose will go into the AC pump. Then from the A/C pump up to the A/C unit itself.

There is no 'filter'. It is just a cylindrical stainless steel screen. You would absolutely want to make sure you closed the seacock before you opened the service port on the top of the seastrainer to clean the ss screen. If there are tears in the strainer screen, then replace it.
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The seacock and strainer in my 3200 are in front of the engines.
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