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Old 25 June 2014, 01:36   #11
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I am not familiar with that engine, but probably start by removing the current impeller and blowing back thru the tell tail hose with air pressure. That should break stuff loose, but it is often the water that moves mountains...errr debris around.

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Old 03 July 2014, 19:27   #12
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I took the small diameter hose adapter out of the block today and ran the engine with it out. This resulted in lots of water coming out of the block through a much larger hole. I think I got the offending bit that was blocking the pisser out. I've reinstall the adapter and reattached the pisser hose. It now looks great with lots of water coming out with good pressure behind it. Prostate fixed

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