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Have you tried flushing the WC with fresh water from the shower,
after turning off the salt water intake of course? It works a treat
Regards, Roger, Mango 28
On 10/04/2006, at 1:22 PM, asm283 wrote:
Thanks for the info. I found the breaker, it was driving me nuts. We
are still in New Zealand will start to look for a weather window in
the next few weeks to make our way to Fiji.
If you leave your boat for a while what works well is putting some
blue head liquid in the water manifold and flushig each toilet
untill blue comes out. I have left the boat for months like this
with no smell.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, eric <kimberlite@...> wrote:
The breaker for my inflator is over the mid ships bunk beneath the
electric winch.toilets a lot
I found that the head hoses get smelly if you do not flush the
and leave nothing but salt water in them.getting
Where are you now?
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of asm283
Sent: Sunday, April 09, 2006 4:01 AM
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] Question and advise
The 24V plug for the dingy inflator in the lazarette is not
any power. I know there must be a breaker that has tripped.However, I
cannot find where this is. can anyone help?hose
I you have not had the pleasure of cleaning/replacing the outlet
of the head. Here is a little tip to make it easier.first,
When you remove the hose it is best to disconnect the head end
let it drain. Then if you look at were the hose connects on to thea
holding tank you will see the smaller head outlet hose going into
larger hose that is attached to the holding tank. It is mucheasier
and neater if you disconnect the larger hose where it is attachedto
the holding tank and pull the hose out from the top. I have doneit
both ways and this is much easier.
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