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It has been brought to the attention of Fineline Industries, Inc. that
occasionally a DrainMaster valve can become stuck during regular operation.

 

Troubleshooting:

If you experience the occasional inoperable or "stuck" RAMFILL or
QuickFill valve the procedure below is recommended:

 

#1) Ensure your boat
is within the recommended service interval for the hours on your engine.
Strict compliance with the service schedule ensures that your boat and
installed components receive maintenance including inspection & service by
a certified dealer.

 

#2) Validate you
have the latest version of the Centurion Touch Vision System Software.
You can do this with your local dealer, or by accessing the Touch Vision
System screen by touching the "Home" button twice to launch the menu,
touch "Menu", touch "System Info"; the display will provide
you with the version information. Your dealer can validate you are current,
or you can call Centurion Boats at 209-384-0255.

 

#3) Access the
manual operation point (fixed red key on valve cartridge) and gently articulate
the key 1/4 turn. Do not excessively turn the key, as it is only capable
of 1 & 3/8 revolutions in either direction. After you have articulated the
key 1/4 turn, the gate should be operable in the following functions: fill,
drain and Trailer Mode. Given the robust construction of the new valve
assembly, new valves are often tight; the break-in procedure requires regular
use of standard modes and “Trailer Mode”, and possibly manual articulation of
the red key.

 

* Your boat should always be set to "Trailer Mode" when not in water.
When you store your boat, on land, or in a lift the boat should always be
set to "Trailer Mode” with the gates open.

Ensure your gates have been set to "close" before launching or
deploying your boat for the next use. Strict compliance with storage
procedures and the "Trailer Mode" with open gates is recommended to
ensure your boat is operational and within terms of your warranty. For
questions, please see your operation manual or contact Centurion Boats at
209-384-0255.

 

* If you do not have keys in your valve cartridge, contact you local dealer

immediately or Centurion Boats at 209-384-0255 and a replacement set with be
sent via Next Day Air at no charge.

 

Note: The notice above can be downloaded and printed by clicking HERE

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