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Old 21-01-2016, 02:21   #16
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Re: Raw Water Exhaust (NOT)

Originally Posted by ramblinrod View Post
If you have verified the water pump">raw water pump is pumping and the mixing elebow is not clogged, pull the exhaust hose off the mixing elbow and blow air through it. If you can't you have an exhaust hose, muffler, silencer (if applicable) or through hull blockage. If you can, pull the seawater hose off the mixing elbow again, if it pump water, it has to be the mixing elbow (water in, no water out).

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The problem is the siphone break! I have had the same problem with one of my engines, same as yours. I disconnected at the exhaust elbow and sucked at the hose until I tasted salt water and then quickly attached the hose back on the elbow.
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