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Old 02-17-2014, 08:44 AM   #1
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Default 2000 Maxum 2400 SCR shower drain

Metal drain fixture is so corroded, shined flashlight and found not even connected to pump hose and water goes straight down on the floor and flood the carpet. Anyone having the same boat and replaced the drain fixture? where is the access to reach under the shower, remove the corroded metal drain fixture, replace and reconnect to pump?
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Old 02-17-2014, 12:40 PM   #2
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I have never use my shower. I believe access to the pump and hoses is accessed by removing the frig.
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Thank you Mike. Pulled out the ref. and was able to remove the corroded shower drain fixture and replaced it with regular s/s kitchen sink strainer. Made the hole a little bit bigger by filing the hole edge about 1/8 of an inch with half round file, put 5200 glue on top around the hole before dropping the strainer, and secured under with rubber gasket and threaded ring, if you have changed or installed kitchen sink strainer, you should know what I'm talking about. The drain connection fitting under is the same and was able to connect to shower pump. Run garden hose in the shower, turned on the water and the pump, and it works, run it for a while and no leak. Bought flat s/s shower strainer which is a little bit bigger than kitchen sink strainer and put over it. You can't even tell that regular kitchen sink strainer is under that shower.
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Glad to hear it worked out
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Sorry to revive an old thread but I am looking at a 2004 2400 SE with the same problem. I see the replacement part number but I did not see what part you used. Could you post a link or replacement of the replacement?

http://www.maxumboatparts.com/2001/c...mr83.htm#57363

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4"X1 1/2" SHWR DRAIN

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Sounds like he went to the home store to buy a kitchen strainer. You can try an RV store as they use similar parts that boats use.
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Thank you Mike, Lowe's is the exact place where I bought the parts, regular stainless steel sink strainer. Still working and don't have any problem whatsoever.
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Thank you Mike, Lowe's is the exact place where I bought the parts, regular stainless steel sink strainer. Still working and don't have any problem whatsoever.
Thank you for the post. If I do get the boat I will need to fix it. There is only the black elbow piece with the corroded remnants of the previous drain. Is pulling the refrigerator easy?
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Removing the refrigerator is very easy, just a few screws on the side and you'll be able to pull it out and unplug from electrical outlet, once the ref is out you'll have access under the shower and you'll also see the drain pump. If you're going to use the s/s kitchen sink strainer like I did, you have to file the edge of the hole where the corroded strainer came from, about 1/8 of an inch to make it bigger to be able to fit the Kitchen sink strainer. Elbow drain fitting is the same size.
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Defender sells them:

http://www.defender.com/category.jsp...|51&id=2234213

I'd remove the old one, measure the rough opening then find one that fits the rough opening. Fitting a residential drain will work, it just will take more work.
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