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Old 05 December 2014, 08:25   #1
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I'm Richard and have a 7.8 mtr ballistic with a 225 evinrude .

I'm having a spot of trouble with the rear pit bilge pump .
It works on a mechanical float switch or should I say used to work .
I have it rigged up now so it is manual .
I would like to put an automatic bilge pump in , but don't want to use a float switch ( keep on breaking)

Does anyone have any ideas ?

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Old 05 December 2014, 08:29   #2
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Old 05 December 2014, 08:30   #3
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Automatic Rule bilge pumps suit us very well. various outputs to suit. Hope you get sorted.
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