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Cracked lid of grey water tank

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  1. Stefan Azimut

    Stefan Azimut New Member

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    We own an Azimut 43S and are looking for a replacement lid for the grey water tank.
    Does anyone know where we can find one?
    Greywater Cover.jpg
  2. Capt J

    Capt J Senior Member

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    I've never seen a tank with a lid like that. Have you already tried Azimut or one of their dealers?
  3. Stefan Azimut

    Stefan Azimut New Member

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    We contacted two dealers. Both are yet to receive a response from Azimut.
  4. Capt J

    Capt J Senior Member

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    Can you search the tank for any manufacturers markings or the lid itself? I've never seen that style lid before, but someone other than Azimut made that tank.
  5. MBevins

    MBevins Senior Member

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    What holds the cover to the tank?
    Perhaps a picture of the area with lid off.
    Might help us to provide an alternate method without to much effort for replacement.
  6. Pascal

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    MarineTex.

    It s just a sump cover.
  7. MBevins

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    I was thinking the same thing but decided it wasn't "professional" enough for this group. :)
  8. Pascal

    Pascal Senior Member

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    Ok you re right. West system Epoxy with filler :)

    Can’t believe Azimut can’t supply such a simple part
  9. Capt J

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    I haven't dealt with Azimut for years. But it is/was near impossible to buy ANY parts from Azimut. Even little stuff that you'd think they'd have. Which I REALLY don't understand, because builders make money selling parts.

    Or, if you don't want to deal with it, just do what one of the top yacht builders did and let a company like Sams marine sell everything and deal with it.
  10. d_meister

    d_meister Senior Member

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    If the material is a polyethylene type of plastic, there is no hope of finding a durable adhesive. You may look at some of THESE and see if they may be similar. That company may be a good resource for other parts, as well. They are a major European supplier.
    If it is a poly tank and there are no manufacturer's marks on it to follow up, then the simplest solution would be to replace the existing cover and hole with a Beckson type access port.

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