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Hey there,
I am wondering how to access the fresh water in my tank under the quarter berth. There must be a valve somewhere to switch between the fore and aft tank?
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Re: Water tank selection PSC 34

I dont know that boat, but suggest that it would be near the pump
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Re: Water tank selection PSC 34

There are two valves in the cabinet under the galley sink labeled Tank 1 and Tank 2. In addition there is an outlet valve at each tank.

You might find the owner's manual useful. http://web.pdx.edu/~stipakb/PacificS...nersManual.pdf

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Re: Water tank selection PSC 34

Hey Bill,
Just figuring out our new boat. That manual is going to make life much easier.
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Re: Water tank selection PSC 34

I would add that when all 4 valves are open the aft tank fills up at the same time as the forward tank when using the forward deck fill.

I discovered this as I filled up the bow tank with the inspection cover off of the stern tank and all four valves open!

I think that at least in our '34 the bow tank may be a bit higher than the stern tank.

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Re: Water tank selection PSC 34

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I would add that when all 4 valves are open the aft tank fills up at the same time as the forward tank when using the forward deck fill.

I discovered this as I filled up the bow tank with the inspection cover off of the stern tank and all four valves open!

I think that at least in our '34 the bow tank may be a bit higher than the stern tank.

Smooth sailin"

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Good to know Charlie! Never thought about that but makes sense.

Maybe I can get down for a cruise with the Compac folks this fall that we had to bow out of last year. Mas/Interlude
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