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1996 190 CCF fish box? drain question

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JerseyJared
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Vessel Info: 1996 190 CCF 2003 Evin FICHT 115

1996 190 CCF fish box? drain question

Postby JerseyJared » Tue May 19, 2020 10:08 am

Just purchased the boat and in going over it noticed water in the box isn't draining. It's the box with the hatch directly fore of the center console and goes back underneath the console/livewell. I searched and found another thread but the information wasn't clear. Does someone with the same boat know 1. where that box should drain to 2. Does it have any sort of pump/macerator. 3. Any suggestions on how to get it to drain? If this is too much of a hassle, should I just dry it out, plug it and use it for dry storage? Thanks guys, this is my first post, any help is greatly appreciated.


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Re: 1996 190 CCF fish box? drain question

Postby CptBill » Tue May 19, 2020 3:05 pm

If it is a fish box it has a macerator pump, where it's located I can't tell you
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