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    What's this water intake?

    LynchsrLynchsr USAMember Posts: 3
    edited April 2018 in Hurricane Deck Boats Forum
    2004 GS 201 FD.  Water comes in this (white) rear portside inlet through a ribbed hose and to some tank above the fuel tank.  Something with the live well?  Note: when the hose pops off, the bilge pump get a workout.
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    • LynchsrLynchsr USAMember Posts: 3
      OK, so it WASN'T an intake.  That "tank" it went to was the drain under the middle, rear seat.  It's just a drain that takes water from the floor of the boat to the outside.  Strange that the exit hole is under the waterline, siphons in water if the hose come off.  I thought those drains would just go to the bilge.  Live and learn.
    • PescaBenePescaBene Lake Candlewood, CTMember Posts: 62 ✭✭
      Maybe you can put a check valve on it 
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