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Sunday, April 22, 2012
Water Pumps Are In
Under the floor of the forward salon, the raw and fresh water pumps are now mounted and plumbed to their sources (fresh water tanks and raw water input hose). 24 volts were applied to both to verify that they actually worked. On the fresh water side, two filters are added. One to remove dirt and sediment, the other to remove bad tastes and odors. Next is to work out the distribution manifolds with the SeaTech fittings, which will go in the same compartment. This will tie together those red/white/blue hoses shown in the picture.