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Ralph and Sandra Weiland

Indeed, I miscounted seacocks. The one that takes wastewater from the sink in the head stays because it also takes any water that enters the Air Head's discharge air line. I have a water separator just before the air through-hull that dumps any entering water into the sink drain before it can get at the fan and/or into the Air Head itself. I am also leaving the galley sink drain in place. Still, getting rid of two seacocks is a step in the right direction, and if inherent laziness wasn't an ever-present issue, a bucket below the sinks would be a very workable route to removing yet two more seacocks. And the Air Head has eliminated a maze of plumbing, hoses, and tankage. Very pleased with the results.

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