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    Here we go again... 18 Taking in water!!!

    Yup, A friend got his ski yesterday picked it up in the morning straight to the ramp rode and somewhere in the middle of the day ski starts to take in water...
    some things never change with Seadoo you would think by now they got their shit together, 2 hours on the dash just two freaking hours... I will report back to when the dealer calls him back with info on what happened but damn cmon...
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    Wow! Probably a hose but damn......
    Did it go all the way down ?

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    the bow stay up but yeah pretty much

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    They got a bulletin on some 18 rear hose clamps loose

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    Quote Originally Posted by DR2006RXP View Post
    They got a bulletin on some 18 rear hose clamps loose

    Whats the date on that bulletin? This was yesterday you would think the check that

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    his mistake is in your very first few words u wrote...........sad to say but it should have been straight home or straight to the ramp and gone over with simple tightening tools on all clamps...........its not your buddies fault it may have not been done properly thats obvious but I will say knowing what people here know assuming the dealer or Sea Doo did it all right is dangerous as he found out..........hopefully it all works out in his best.......Good Luck!!!!!!!!

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    Iím going with popped of hose as well. First thing I did was check all my clamps on all my skis. My 18 tx was actually good to go. My 16tx actually had a loose clamp on the ic cooling line just hanging there. Like the taco bell rang and he left before putting a wrench on it. My 16px needed some snugging of various clamps. The dealer prep should catch this but they donít check clamps...itís total BS.

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    And paying $500 for dealer prep makes it worst


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    Quote Originally Posted by Yanksfan View Post
    And paying $500 for dealer prep makes it worst
    Oh SNAP !!!!

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    What is the best thing to do in this case. Try to find the leak and plug it. Or run it back to the ramp?

    Is this one big advantage with Yamaha SVHO that comes with a auto bilge pump?

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