|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|07-01-2009 10:53 AM|
The poly tank in my boat was leaking from a crack in it 2yrs ago. 3M makes a compound that actually works on poly. the tube plus special holder for it was abour 50 bucks. Grainger industrial supply was my source. it's never leaked again!
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|07-01-2009 01:42 AM|
Where are you located? If in the US, West marine has the stock tanks that Jeanneau uses, ie a "Plastimo" brand tank. At least that is what most of us have.
|07-01-2009 12:37 AM|
re water tank
Originally Posted by sinead View Post
|08-10-2008 11:21 AM|
|windmutt||you my want to check the vent hose. The factory filed down the inside of the jose to make it fit to the vent. I replaced the hose which cracked where it was filed down and all was good.|
|04-03-2008 11:29 AM|
|sinead||Had the same issue with my water tanks which are 9 years old. I just replaced with nice new clean ones. water leaking inside is just too much trouble|
|06-17-2006 06:41 PM|
Originally Posted by hellosailor
|06-15-2006 10:38 PM|
You'll have to be more specific about where or how it is leaking. Sometimes a fitting can be replaced, or you can buy a plastic welding kit for $50 or less. That's like a hot melt glue gun, but it uses plastic sticks that match your tank material and fuses the crack with new material. Sometimes MarineTex will do, but getting anything to stick to poly is a gamble. Sometimes you can through-bolt a plate over the crack.
Sometimes it is simpler to just remove the tank and replace it.
It all depends on the details--which you haven't mentioned.
|06-06-2006 10:10 AM|
|cklanac||Where is the tank leaking from? Has it cracked open, split a seam or leaking from a fitting?|
|05-25-2006 02:04 PM|
Leaking water tank
I have a 40 DS and the forward poly water tank has started to leak. Any ideas on repair or replacement. I've had the V berth apart and it seem's the the tank could be removed rather simply.
Thanks, Peter, 40DS Iolite