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3207 seacock for aft toilet

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3207 seacock for aft toilet

Postby Jhawki1 » October 24th, 2018, 6:25 pm

Can anyone tell me where the aft cabin toilet seacock is located? 1986 3207 aft cabin.

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Re: 3207 seacock for aft toilet

Postby Viper » October 24th, 2018, 10:44 pm

Did you check in the engine compartment behind the engines close to the bulkhead? Pretty common location unless there is a small floor hatch in the aft cabin for access to a seacock there.
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Re: 3207 seacock for aft toilet

Postby Chapontheriver » December 3rd, 2018, 5:56 pm

In my new to me ‘85 3207, there is a seacock under the “step” floor panel just to the right of the aft toilet (when looking at the toilet). It is just to the side of the bilge drain plug so all the way aft and down the centerline. I’m actually curious myself because I currently don’t have a toilet installed in the aft head and thought the hose on this seacock seemed large for a toilet intake. Any confirmation on this would be helpful.
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Re: 3207 seacock for aft toilet

Postby Cooler » December 16th, 2018, 8:03 pm

Jhawki1 - did you ever find the seacock for your aft head? If you have a vacu-flush, there is no seacock. The water comes from your freshwater holding tank. I have an electric Raritan and found out, by accident, that my toilet draws water from my fresh water tank. Near the end of last season, a marina dock hand pumped out my water tank instead of the waste tank. Magically, there was no water drawing in when I flushed. Then, I looked under the hull when the boat was lifted out for the season. No intake besides the A/C intake. Finally found the info in owner's manual. Geez! Hope this helps!
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