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  1. sveowyn
    Thanks for the reply, Rob. Water is coming through the tank discharge so it is getting through the membrane; however, it may be partially clogged. I just cleaned the pressure relief valve and it seems seems to be ok. There is no brine water coming out and causing the pressure build up and I think that is controlled by the spool valve which I cannot figure how to remove and they say it can only be handled by Katadyne who will no longer work on them. I think I'll try some miratic acid in it to see if it will help. I haven't quite given up on repairing mine but I will keep you in mind. I couldn't find a tellie in the member list. Do you know what company he is with or how to find him? Thanks again, Ron Stewart SV Eowyn
  2. sveowyn
    I have circulation on my Ps35 when the wash head is in place. BUT when put the regular head on, it builds up enough pressure to nearly stop the motor and pops the circuit breaker. There is no brine flow but the tank discharge which usually spits has a steady flow for a minute or more after it shuts off. I think this may be a faulty spool valve. Do you have any experience on this?
  3. buzzstar
    Well, we disagree, but thanks for the word, gimbal. I could not remember it for the life of me. Maybe my friends and I are over cautious, but we are alive (most of us). BTW, how is the Bahama? Have not sailed one since the 70's -not that I would not have been very pleased to have one at various times since.

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    1968 Islander bahama 24 hull 182
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    sv Meer Schaum
    puget sound washington
    retired shipwright
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