[C38] head plumbing

Steve Smolinske SSmolinske at rainierrubber.com
Thu Jul 26 13:43:37 EDT 2018

Peregrine also had it originally under the vee berth, access from the small door located on centerline under vee berth.   Did not come with a vented loop, just ran straight back to the head,   I   ended up moving intake to share off of engine intake and put a valve on the bulkhead next to the head to shut off water flow.   If I remember correctly the head will fill up unless you move the lever to dry flush after use.   Better to have a shutoff valve or best to have vented loop

From: Listserve [mailto:listserve-bounces at catalina38.org] On Behalf Of Larrypi at earthlink.net
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Oooops, my bad.  On Hassle it’s directly under the V berth, if you have a small cabinet directly under the V berth entrance it’s there.

Larry Malmberg

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Subject: Re: [C38] head plumbing

The thru hull on my boat is under the vee berth starboard side.

On Thu, Jul 26, 2018 at 12:00 PM <1derful at comcast.net<mailto:1derful at comcast.net>> wrote:

Do any of you know where the water inlet tube to the head gathers sea water?

I have followed white tube up from the top of head but it disappears behind wall.

I feel mine may be siphoning water into head.  I assume there is a junction that would break the siphon.

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