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  1. bucky
    make sure selector is in flush position and not pump dry. in pump dry position the intake check valve is defeated by an arm that holds the check valve open - thus no suction.

    arm my be seized on shaft. should move freely

    pay attention when you take it apart, maybe take pics. as i remember it can be reassembled incorrectly.

    rebuild kit currently available from Fisheries Supply in Seattle, search: wilcox-crittenden-seaclo-toilet-repair-kits
    probably others. about $80. kit has all replaceable parts included. pic is bad, may look different that what you have, some updated parts.

    mine works like a champ after rebuild. all fasteners [stainless] released easily and went back in with good holding power , stripping. straight forward. pump can be removed from head with out removing head from boat. have wet vac handy, bleach cleaner. there is a drain at the right end of the horizontal tube to remove almost all liquid.
    good luck.

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  • About fallingeggs
    Vessel Make/ model
    Sabre 38
    Vessel Name
    Carpe Ventum
    Location
    Astoria, NY
    Occupation
    Tax Advisor
    Interests
    In addition to sailing, backpacking, campining, and mountain, rock and ice climbing.
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    Stephen

    s/v Carpe Ventum
    1983 Sabre 38
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