[Sentoa] Vacu-Flush Head

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Tue Jun 5 01:16:22 EDT 2007


Jim-
You are correct, my apologies Carey.  They are two to a side.  Increase the amount of the loan.
Jim Moore
37085 RILEY
Alameda, CA
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From: "Jim Stimpson" <jstimpson at torchlake.com>
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> > Carey-
> >
> > Probably the duckbill valves.  Fairly easy to service but there are two, 
> > one at the inlet of the vacuum generator and one at the outlet so make 
> > sure you check both.  Note also that the threads are reversed so > Sentoa 
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> Hi.
> 
> I have never had to service the vacuum generator (replace duckbills) but the 
> exploded view of the unit shown in the owners manual I have shows TWO 
> duckbills on the inlet side and TWO more on the outlet side for a total of 
> four per unit.
> 
> I agree the system should hold vacuum for weeks- mine does unless the bowl 
> seal is leaking -which it often does. I ordered a new bowl seal today I hope 
> this fixes my erratic bowl seal leaking problem.
> 
> Jim Stimpson
> NTK 32-193
> Tug Jimary
> Duncan Bay Boat Club, Cheboygan, MI 
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