Ladies and Gents . . .
. . . who responded to my clogged toilet seawater inflow question, thanks you. This is first opportunity online to respond. Writing response from my phone
is very slow and difficult.
Results/Actions: Sitting in our current very grassy mooring
area, the inflow line now has magically started working again, and the stopped, again, several times. That just reinforces the clog of grass, I assume.
Sadly, getting to the toilet seawater seacock on this boat
takes a very small person who also is a contortionist. Upon attempting, I was reminded that I was in big trouble if I ever had to hammer a wood wedge into the seacock if there was a failure! Scary.
No, there is no strainer in the line, and I now will install one. But, getting to the seacock . . . ?
To: thinwater . . .thanks for the pix, perfect installation
, and I am very envious at the spacious area in which you had to install the strainer! Nice.
I will next try to look up diagrams on the Raritan site.
BUT, are there any things I should check . . . and which I can correct . . . without closing the seacock? Perhaps there is a partial solution until I can tackle the strainer installation
Again, many thanks.