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Gerry863
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Posted: September 22 2008 at 10:52 | IP Logged Quote Gerry863

I have a VacuFlush toilet system and it stopped working. I went to check the fuses underneath the instrument panel and all I could see on the fuse panel was a macerator label with a 20 amp fuse in it and the label along side said it should 20 amps.

The only problem ia that the manual said it should be a 10 amp fuse and VacuFlush is not a macerator system.

So, did Wellcraft just use a standard fuse panel that had a macerator 20A label on it? If they did then the 20A fuse in it (which wasn't blown) is incorrect and doesn't offer the proper protection. If not then is there an inline fuse somewhere? ( I have already found 3 inline fuses in my search which are not noted anywhere but none of them are the VacuFlush fuses ). I will next do some tracing with a voltmeter but was hoping someone might have an answer before I started taking things apart and removing wire ties, etc.
Thanks for any help!
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Posted: September 22 2008 at 11:51 | IP Logged Quote jjdenogean

I have a 2006 252 wellcraft coastal with the same problem… I narrowed it down to my water pump… I hit the lower part of the water pump and it worked for awhile but quit again.. Hope this helps..

 



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Gerry863
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Posted: September 22 2008 at 12:49 | IP Logged Quote Gerry863

Thanks.  I did try tapping it a few times to no avail yesterday.
I'm still trying to find out if it's a fuse problem first before I start taking things apart. I emailed Wellcraft to see if they could explain why they have a nacerator label for a fuse when there is no macerator and. if they mean VacuFlush, why is it 20A instead of the recommended 10A.
  I'm going to boat shortly to see if I can determine if pump is getting current.  Found some info on the internet to help on this.

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Posted: September 22 2008 at 12:59 | IP Logged Quote jjdenogean

Cool, let us know what you find.. 

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