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Old 05-14-2021, 12:58 PM   #1
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Air Conditioner Water Pump

I own a Cruisers Yacht 1994. I have three air conditioning. Units onboard and the main water pump inoperable. It's a Dometic . I just don't how many GPH. Would anyone happen to know?
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No ID on the pump?

or perhaps here

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All three units supplied by one pump? What is the total btu?
Take a look at the Depco catalog.
http://online.anyflip.com/wdhhh/tlpy/mobile/index.html
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I’m pretty sure Dometic uses re-branded March pumps.
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I believe you are correct. I just bought a March replacement wet end for my dometic pump.
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How are has this one. The pumps are sized according to the BTU rating of the units...that governs how much water they need to move to carry that heat out.
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I just had to replace mine on my 42FT 1969 Grand Banks, with 2 units.
I found one on ebay for $150+-. Seaflo is the brand. It will supply a unit up to 24,000btu,eith a 13ft head
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