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Old 06-04-2015, 03:16 AM   #11
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i am new to a 2002 2300 SR (open Bow )...very nice boat.

Where is the switch to turn on water pump to get water to the sink and transom shower. Thanks for help....nothing in manual.
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I do not know the answer to your question, hopefully someone will chime in who does. Should be a red rocker switch.
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Old 06-04-2015, 03:24 AM   #12
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Look for a red rocker switch near the sink.
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Old 06-04-2015, 03:57 AM   #13
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i am new to a 2002 2300 SR (open Bow )...very nice boat.

Where is the switch to turn on water pump to get water to the sink and transom shower. Thanks for help....nothing in manual.
I'm not exactly sure where yours would be as I am not familiar with your boat either. My switch was below/next to the sink in the galley/kitchenette area.

I can't remember off the top of my head but I believe Brunswick used to manufacture Maxums. Whoever it was I found out and called them for the original owners manual. They had it and emailed it right over. I printed all 40+ pages and left it on the boat.

Hope this helps!?
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Old 06-04-2015, 11:23 AM   #14
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I'm not exactly sure where yours would be as I am not familiar with your boat either. My switch was below/next to the sink in the galley/kitchenette area.

I can't remember off the top of my head but I believe Brunswick used to manufacture Maxums. Whoever it was I found out and called them for the original owners manual. They had it and emailed it right over. I printed all 40+ pages and left it on the boat.

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Correct Maxum was owned by Brunswick
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Old 06-04-2015, 12:44 PM   #15
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I made it down to the boat yesterday and filled the water tank a little over half way. I turned on the pump and turned on each faucet individually. The small sink behind the captains seat worked just fine as did the faucet in the bathroom. The kitchen sink faucet didn't have a very strong stream. However, when i pushed the button on the faucet to change the stream (high pressure/low pressure) the high pressure seemed to be ok. Might just be a buildup issue on the faucet screen? Lastly I tried the transom shower. I turned the knobs to turn the water on and it seemed to be making a noise as if it were calling for water but nothing was coming out. I tried both cold and hot with no success. Any ideas on what the problem could be?
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First I would try one faucet at a time.... By opening all faucet at the same time you are splitting the pressure coming off the pump so you won't get full pressure out if any of them, as for the transom shower did you let it run for a few minutes? It might have air in the line, also the faucets on my boat have a way to shut them off by turning the round part where the water comes out. ... If none of this works, open the engine compartment door and find where the faucet is and while you have the faucet on check the hose to make sure it isn't split and leaking the water into the bilge.
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First I would try one faucet at a time.... By opening all faucet at the same time you are splitting the pressure coming off the pump so you won't get full pressure out if any of them, as for the transom shower did you let it run for a few minutes? It might have air in the line, also the faucets on my boat have a way to shut them off by turning the round part where the water comes out. ... If none of this works, open the engine compartment door and find where the faucet is and while you have the faucet on check the hose to make sure it isn't split and leaking the water into the bilge.
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Thanks for the quick response. I did try each one individually as i read that it was a pressurized system. The one thing I did not do however was let the transom shower run very long as all the other faucets worked right away. I will let it run longer. I ran it for probably a good full 30+ seconds but maybe that wasn't long enough? If that doesn't work I will check for any leaks. Thanks again!
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Don't forget the shut off on the handle by the aerator.
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Mine had 3 settings -Off- -Faucet mode- -Shower mode-
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Old 06-04-2015, 01:54 PM   #20
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Mine had 3 settings -Off- -Faucet mode- -Shower mode-
0Gravity, here are this images of my specific setup...

I only have the knobs for the hot water and cold water and then a small button on the actual handle of the faucet itself. It pushes both ways. Is this what you are referring to as the shut-off? If so what side needs to be pushed in for it to work? Thanks again!
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