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Date Posted: - Monday - 07/ 7/08 - 10:59pm
Author: Tom Burke
Subject: Diesel in the Bilge
In reply to: Capt'n Mike 's message, "Tank location" on - Saturday - 07/ 5/08 - 10:52am

My thanks for the advise. I spent most of the weekend soaking up all the diesel and repairing the connecting wire to the float; the wire I broke as I was sponging it all up. The diesel all spilled out, every drop. It was leaking both before and after I had used the engine. The advise all seems to favor, first things first, having the tank pressure checked. Many thanks.
With all that done, sitting on deck, enjoying having her here, well, there is simply nothing so marvelous as just messing around on a Mariner.

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