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- CYO Supporter
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- Joined: January 1st, 2020, 11:54 pm
- Vessel Info: 2001 Carver 444 diesels
- Location: San Francisco
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- CYO Supporter
- Posts: 300
- Joined: April 9th, 2017, 8:03 pm
- Vessel Info: 2005 360 Mariner
Crusader 6.0 Captains Choice
- Location: Long Island
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The hose going 'to' the tank delivered us about about 4 plastic beer cups of good and smelly effluent! Lost some..captured most.
Question for the crew.
Could that have been 'left-over' from the previous owner who let the tank overfill without a pump-out? I never let the tank volume indicator get to 'red'. He pushed the hose as far 'down' to get out any remaining fluid and that seems to be it. Do you think the I have to disconnect the filter and get in there with a shopvac or would you think I should be in good shape? The filter is well above the waterline while holding tank is below. Could the be my 'stuff' and the indicator doesn't work?
What do you think? Thanks.
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