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05-14-2014 09:56 AM
ctalmage
Re: Shower Plumbing Endeavour 33

MarioG - Thanks for the info. In mine there is a secondary diaphram pump T'd into the bilge pump line which all leads to a thru hull under the transom. I'd like to keep the bilge pump line a dedicated line so I may look to pump the shower through one of the thru hulls forward near the head area. I need to examine the thru hulls there to see what is plumbed where....some many projects, I just want to get in the water and get sailing - Cal
04-16-2014 09:56 AM
MarioG
Re: Shower Plumbing Endeavour 33

Cal on my 79 E-32 the shower is pumped overboard. The thru-hull is located under the transom.
04-16-2014 07:59 AM
ctalmage
Re: Shower Plumbing Endeavour 33

Can anyone comment on where their shower drain drains to? On my newly acquired E32 it is plumbed to drain into the main bilge which I am not a big fan of. I was thinking of a secondary containment smaller tub to drain to and then pump out from there.
Thanks, Cal
s/v Agave Illusion
1981 32 Endeavour
03-27-2014 04:26 PM
MarioG
Re: Shower Plumbing Endeavour 33

Mine is a pull swith next to 115 outlet.
03-24-2014 09:38 PM
last mango
Re: Shower Plumbing Endeavour 33

not sure how your boat is set up, but on our Endeavour 38 the shower drain switch is located in the head. Simple on/off switch located by the vanity. Pump is in cabinet under the sink.
03-22-2014 03:32 PM
ferrariokc
Shower Plumbing Endeavour 33

I was wondering if anyone has worked on the shower drain for the endeavor 33. It seems to have a breaker on the electrical panel, but I have not been able to find the pump, switch or where the shower drains. HELP!

Thanks
Joel

 
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