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I have a 71 Ranger 26, of the O'Day line. It has a simple head where there is a pump and a small switch to change between fill and flush...worked fine with liquid waste but when used #2 the pump stuck in the up position, even with a good amount of pressure it will not budge. Help.


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I have a 71 Ranger 26, of the O'Day line. It has a simple head where there is a pump and a small switch to change between fill and flush...worked fine with liquid waste but when used #2 the pump stuck in the up position, even with a good amount of pressure it will not budge. Help.


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a. Look up the manual on-line. This one? http://ittflowcontrol.com/files/2909...data_sheet.pdf

b. Most likely there is something in the joker valve, like a big wad of TP. It may soften an pass if you wait a few hours, you may get to disassemble.
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Sounds like a disassembly opportunity. Don't leave it like that or risk permeating your lines.
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Getting on it

When I remove the 4 screws on top of the pump, will everything in the bowl come out the pump housing?
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