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    Help please - A little on the urgent side

    Hi All,

    Just got back from a day on the water. Thought id check the fuel separator vent - as I normally do. But as I was checking it, I dropped the drain plug into the ski, and for the life of me I cant find it.

    I still need to flush the ski - can I start it without the plug in? I've circled the plug in the diagram below;
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    VdeKock's Avatar
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    Nov 2012
    USA - NL
    As far as I know it's no problem.
    Its only an air vent going outside the hull to prevent vacuum in the fuel tank.

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    Happily Self-Employed WFO's Avatar
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    Nov 2005
    Houston, Texas
    Its no problem. Run it

    I have a few of those in stock if you cant find the piece

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    Shop vac works wonders;0). tilt the ski fwd on the trailer and stick the hose below the gas tank!

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    BtW unless you flip that ski over in the water your never gonna get water in their. its only attached to the vent line. 14 years or riding never had water in any of my skies ever! I never look at it....

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