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bad leak from the wall/azimut105'

Discussion in 'Azimut Yacht' started by amicaengineer, Aug 14, 2010.

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  1. amicaengineer

    amicaengineer New Member

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    Anybody with any idea how to find a leak from the wall/dinner/galley at main deck? already runned out coolling unit on the weel house. Galley is dry. Any suggestion?
  2. NYCAP123

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    Do you know if it is coming from a system in the boat or outside? Is the water fresh or salt? Not sure what you mean by "already runned out coolling unit on the weel house". It sounds like you suspect the a/c on the bridge. Have you checked the drip pan?
    Try to track it back as far as possible till you get close to a suspect source, then introduce some water with food coloring there. If it's an outside wall then look to the rubrail & portals 1st, then rail stanchions. Water leaks are insidious. Once they go behind something they can travel a long way before becoming visible.
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    Neither did I, the worst grammar I've seen on YF in 7 years.
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    NYCAP123 Senior Member

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    In all seriousness, English is a hard language and the translation programs leave something to be desired. Then you get into nautical terminology and fagedaboudit.:) Amicaengineer, try to give us a bit more detail or even put it into your native language as well. Maybe our software translates better than yours. Hope we can help.
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    I believe it's a spelling issue. As in "ruled out".
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    My bad and apologies extended if English isn't his first language. His email address and bio appeared native.
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    Come on now. You're from So. Florida where the native languages are Spanish, French, German and English in that order.:rolleyes: The a/c or fridge may be ruled out, but the drip pan could do it, especially with condensation in So. Florida heat. With the hot humid summer we've been having up here this summer the a/c units at my house are pouring water. Still, more info is needed to get more than wild guesses.
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    apologies for my bad english..Thank you any ways!

    I just find another cooling unit full of water on the stbd main deck and I think is the source of my problems.. NYCAP123 thank you so very much for your help! Capt. Bill11, please forgive me if my bad english offended you. I didn't know was that bad but this what happen when I get nervous.. Thank you for your help and good day sr.
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    We have a lot of languages in this country. I so appreciate the world's willingness to learn english whether they know it well or not, because this old guy was too stupid to learn a second language. Glad we were able to help.:)