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    Vacuflush Pump Access

    sandersga1sandersga1 USAMember Posts: 1
    I recently purchased a 2006 236 Sundeck which has a Vacuflush head/tank system.  The vacuum pump runs constantly any time the master power is on.  I am assuming it is time to replace the pump valves.  However, the access hatch to the holding tank/pump combination in the floor is very small and the pump is not accessable.  Does anyone know how to get to the components short of cutting a hole in the floor?
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