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Old 07-21-2016, 02:25 PM   #1
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Still looking for suggestions to access shower drain in 3700SE 2003.
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Old 07-21-2016, 08:12 PM   #2
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Still looking for suggestions to access shower drain in 3700SE 2003.
I have a 4100SCR, the shower drains into the mid-bildge where there is a pump inside a box. There is an access to the bildge in the floor
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Leak seems to be right under shower pan and stringer restricts access from mid bilge.
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Leak seems to be right under shower pan and stringer restricts access from mid bilge.
I don't know about your dog, but on my boat you can pull the panel off it's to the side of the steps which is directly on the backside of the head. I bet if you knew that you could probably access where the drain is
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Do you have a 3700 or are you talking about your 4100SCR- I think layout and step location are different.
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STL: Thanks, just located owner's manual online for 3700SE and it looks like we have the same access panel behind the steps from the aft cabin. Will have to explore further.
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I want to thank the person who advised removing the aft cabin wall common to the head, the removal provided access to the show drain system in addition to the water tank located under the stairs. This was a relatively easy process and allowed the access we needed to fix the shower "leak". Ironically, there's a shower drain hose "vent" T'd into the shower drain hose. The hose vent is a 1" black rubber hose approximately 2' long; somehow the vent hose fell or rotated down so that water from the shower drain was coming out of the vent hose into the bilge instead of making it to the shower sump located under the bed in the aft cabin. Very glad to have this issue resolved!
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We go by our online names. Nice job 'Stl"!!!!
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