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    2009 202 GS livewell- Does it have a check valve in line ?

    pineypiney TexasMember Posts: 45 ✭✭
    Bow livewell doesnt drain after sitting for a couple of weeks.  I can push water through it with a hose and it will begin to drain so I assume its not clogged.  Because it stops draining after  it sits--perhaps there's a check  valve that sticks ?  If there is, anyone know where-- bow or stern area ?  Neither is easy to get into so I thought I'd ask in hopes of saving some time.

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    • Jeronimo21Jeronimo21 USAMember Posts: 33
      Any updates here Piney?
      1999 Hurricane Fundeck 226  (Sold)
      2008 Hurricane Fundeck GS202 (Current)
    • BoatGuruBoatGuru USAMember Posts: 2
      No check valve but it probably has and air lock. Try tilting your trailer higher in the bow.
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