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  1. I'm new to this forum. I just bought a 2011 centurion Enzo sv230. I'm not sure if my drainmaster valves are getting power i can't ever here them trying to open or close. I checked the fuse panel under steering wheel and none of them are tripped. Should I just replace with valterras, if so can someone give me a part number or link. If I use valterras can I use the factory switch.
  2. We just bought a new leftover 2014 Enzo FX22, the dealer showed us something on our testdrive that we don't fully understand and can't remember details. We understand the quick fill system, and draining, but he mentioned something about a "trailer" mode, to do before you put the boat on a trailer or lift, to be sure the ballasts are completely empty. I've searched online and in the manuals and I see nothing. Any help would be appreciated. (he also mentioned there was a step then before you lower the boat back into the water too) Help.
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