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Old 04-23-2010, 05:04 PM   #1
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hello all... any tips for fixing a drippy shower drain on a 3700sy??? it was a small leak...which i had fixed... now...it's turned into a bigger leak... any suggestions/experiences would be welcomed... thx...buj
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Old 04-24-2010, 01:39 AM   #2
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well...where is the leak at??..the head or the sump pump???


I just had my sump assy totally replaced cuz it wouldn't pump overboard but into my bilge......so..the entire assy was replaced....

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thanks for the reply, sp... repair guy said the drain was leaking...he fixed it and now it doesn't leak into the engine room...

do you have a/c??? do you know if the a/c is water cooled...and...if so...are there seacocks that should be opened... i just bought a 3700sy and it came with no instructions... thx...buj


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yes ...in the engine bay where the seawater pump should be located...there is a sea strainer and a hull valve...that's where the ac system gets it's water from....so...find that pump...and open the valve...you may need to check the sea strainer to see if it's blocked or plugged...

which ac system do you have...??

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