09-19-2012, 11:46 AM #1
- Join Date
- Sep 2012
- Gulf of Mexico
- 2006 Amberjack 290
- dual 5.0 mercruiser with Bravo III Drives
2006 290 Amberjack Air Conditioning
Every time I store my Searay Amberjack on my boat lift the water darins out of the air conditioning system and it will not work the next time I go out until I am moving in the water. Is there a check Valve that can be installed in the inlet line to prevent this water bleedback so I can run the air conditioning as soon as I lower the boat in the water?
09-19-2012, 11:50 AM #2
- Join Date
- Mar 2010
- St. Petersburg Florida
- 280 Sundancer
- 2005 280 Sundancer 2004 SPD-104 Achilles w/ 8hp Yamaha
- Twin 4.3 MPI's with Alpha drives.
Re: 2006 290 Amberjack Air Conditioning
There should be a seacock installed right before the AC strainer. I keep my boat on the lift and either I prime the AC when idiling out for the day or if I remember I close the seacock before I lift it out of the water. You just have to remember to open it the next time you drop the boat in the water.
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