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Raritan Sea Era Head

Just finished the fun filled job of taking out the old head and holding tank on my Endeavour 38. Replaced with all new everything and use the Raritan Sea Era head. After a lot of clean up and rerouting new lines and electrical for the pumps, everything seems to be working well. Only downside is the amount of flush water that rolls back into the head. Seem more than I would like. Any ideas? Have a loop going up from the sea water intake and figure the length of the line is the cause. Any ideas how to remedy. Would think when you get to banging around would be some water flying. Plus side after the reviews about electric heads being noisy this is not bad at all.
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Last Mango
Endeavour 38
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