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Old 08-08-2012, 08:15 PM   #1
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Default A/C Pump Stolen!

Can you believe it!

I have a 99 SCR4100. The pump that was stolen is fron the pump room and sits between the hot water heater and mascerator.

Wondering if anyone out there can tell me the pump spec to replace and/or BTUs for my model boat.

I didn't spend much time in the pump room but if anyone can also confirm what I believe to be the design; hose from sea-cock in, hose out to T fitting to separate a/c units fore and aft. I am of course basing this on the total number of cut hoses ( in addition to the cut power cable).

How sincerely frustrating, not just to know someone broke on to the boat but actually stole a specific component.

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Old 08-08-2012, 09:02 PM   #2
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there are basically two model pumps, 500gph, and 1000gph.

if you have two A/C units it will be the bigger one.

just call any bayliner dealer since you have to order it from them.

The Motor and the pump as two parts, but it sounds like you lost both.

You looking at $500 to replace.

your insurance will pay, minus your deductible.

the bandit was a boat with A/C i'm guessing.
Lucky they did not flood the boat, after cutting the hoses. They must have closed the sea cock.

on a positive, note, the pump was due for replacement after 13 years.
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