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Axman

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My bilge pump on our G3 Tritoon Suncatcher has gone out.......

I had to contact the factory just so I could find it.

It's located in the VERY back of the center log....

That makes sense....but you have to remove a sheet metal cover to get to it.

Problem is, the only access port is through the storage cover........and I can't fit in there.

The pump is so far back that you cannot reach the screws that secure the sheet metal.

Even if you could, you wouldn't be able to get the pump out.....

I need to find me a 4'0" junior high student and pay them to take it out.


Amazing how they build these boats.  It's like they believe the internal equipment will last forever.

UGH!!

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What amazes me is that you need a bilge pump on a pontoon
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Mine doesn't.
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Mine doesn't either. But, I can't afford one with storage in the center log.[biggrin]
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