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Old 02-23-2020, 05:15 AM   #1
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Default Cuddy entry floor drain plugged

Just bought a 96 2400 scr today, it looks brand new inside and out, except a bad motor and stained carpet due to water entering the cuddy from the outside entry step. So i spray water in it, shop vac it out, back and forth several times.... still plugged. Then i get my scope and find that i cannot get very far but do not find a clog within the fist 4-6 inches. I read that this may drain into the cabin bilge so i looked at a drain tube to the port side of the cabin bilge, shove my scope in that tube and see factory fiber glass about 7 inches in, what is going on??
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Old 02-23-2020, 12:19 PM   #2
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Can you post some pictures?

I have a 97 2400 SCR but its a cruiser not a cuddy. I have a step well drain to goes a thru hull on the port side midship.
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It appears to me that the port side drain on the hull is far too forward to be connected to the drain in front of the cuddy
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Do I need to modify a roto router with a drill bit to get through that or is it not even related to my issue
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Ill have to find a picture of mine but there are two thru hulls, one for the galley sink and the other for the step well drain.
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The one in the picture of the hull is the gally sink
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Found it, it drains out yhe side of the hull the drain was plugged by the side support of the trailer
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Found it, it drains out yhe side of the hull the drain was plugged by the side support of the trailer
After looking at a picture of mine I suspected yours was covered by the trailer guide. You may want to adjust it as they shouldn't be that tight of a fit.
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Done, yeah it was snug snug.
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