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Old 07-01-2016, 05:16 PM   #1
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I have a 2003 2400SCR and this past weekend I found that one of my thru hull drains on the starboard side was broken off. It is the drain closest to the bow. I believe it is a drain associated to the head but I am not entirely sure. I am not sure how to access the drain from inside the cabin or head but I am sure I will need to replace the whole part. Does anyone have experience and/or suggestions on the easiest way to replace this part and any suggestions on where I can find parts that best work with my Maxum?

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If you are refering to the small ones on the starboard side you need to remove the frig to have access. If the large one one the port it's the galley sink and can be accessed under the sink.
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Thanks! It's the starboard side so I will check behind the refrigerator.
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The frig is held in by 4 screws. Then it's a far reach in to get at them.
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Thanks again! I fixed her up this morning without much difficulty. I appreciate the help!

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