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Re: seawater system
I agree with minnewaska there must be a loose fitting or opening somewhere in the line that is allowing for the vacuum in the line. Does it immediately empty, or does it take its time? Does that water run back to the engine or through the exhaust line? Speaking of which, you may want to check the exhaust line and make sure that it doesn't exit below the strainer. That would create the vacuum issue you are experiencing.
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The OP reported the issue resolved in post#7
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