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Posted: August 26 2012 at 11:37 | IP Logged Quote AliKat

My 4260 has two zones and the aft zone has great water flow, while the foreward zone has slow flow.

I live aboard during the summer so use it a lot during that time frame.

I have cleaned the strainer and blown out the lines from the dock water supply.  Still much less flow from the forward then the aft.  I'm thinking because of the distance from the pump in the engine room that the foward system will always get less flow.  The forward system regularly trips he breaker, I believe because of the low water flow.  I've had it looked at several times by different mechanices, noone has figured this out.

I was thinking it's the design and that maybe I could restrict the aft water flow until I get equal flows on both. Anybody have any ideas?



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