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Old 08-13-2018, 06:34 PM   #1
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I think our Poop Pump has gone to sh*t. Looking for a waste pump replacement recommendation. Favorites and best experience?
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https://www.environmentalmarine.com/discharge-pumps/
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Works for me and is rebuildable for a reasonable price.

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Looks like it's unanimous 'cuz the Dometic/SeaLand T-Series pump is my choice too.


Environmental Marine is one of several regional Dometic/SeaLand "authorized service centers." Defender's price is $30 lower SeaLand T-Series Pump at Defender and you might even find it for less if you shop.


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So is this better than the Whale Gulper? The whale costs less initially, and the rebuild kits are WAY less. Dometic/Sealand is quite proud of the little plastic bits in the rebuild as they are of all their replacement parts.
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I think our Poop Pump has gone to sh*t. Looking for a waste pump replacement recommendation. Favorites and best experience?
"Best" is kind of a factor of tankage and power availability. If tankage is modest, a 5 gpm pump like the Sealand will work fine. If it is more than modest, and you have an inverter to supply 110vac, then a trash pump will move a great deal more waste water in the same amount of time. I like this one, which pumps around 24 gpm for me.

https://m.grainger.com/mobile/product/DAYTON-1-2-HP-Utility-Pump-5PXY0?fc=PDAP&analytics=altItems
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I changed from Jabsco to Sealand when replumbed the system and I liked the change.
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Sealand T Series diaphragm pump. I’ve installed them in my last two trawlers...nothing compares to they’re reliability. However, with that said, NEVER turn on the pump when the overboard valve is closed...it will create a vacuum and suck inside-out the duckbill. Easy fix but messy!
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