J - 6
Always remember to disconnect the shore
water supply hose before leaving the dock.
The various anti-pollution laws presently in effect have
necessitated the use and availability of a wide variety
of heads. The heads that have been factory installed
Always turn off the shore water whenever the
boat is left unattended. If a major water leak
did occur and went undetected, the boat could
ﬁll with water and sink.
in Four Winns boats have been chosen to provide
reasonable longevity and reliable service, at a realistic
cost. Refer to the drawings at the end of this section.
Also, refer to the manufacturers literature included in
the owner’s packet.
DO NOT alter or repair the pressurized water
system or shore water connection without
having proper knowledge of the system.
Damage to the water system can occur.
sanitation system is standard on the
See Section J-1 for general water system information
and instruc tions on ﬁlling the water tank. The water
tank will not be ﬁlled while connect ed to shore water.
V375. The system eliminates the unpleasant sulﬁde
odors which plague saltwater systems. Flush water is
no longer drawn through the through-hull ﬁttings,
seacock, and vented loop. It also extends the life of
the system components by eliminating salt water and
impurities from accumulating in the system over time.
J - 5 TRANSOM SHOWER
A transom shower with a choice of hot/cold water is
standard on the V375 models. The shower unit is
located on the starboard side of the transom systems
locker. Refer to Figures J3 and to the drawings at the
end of this section.
The VacuFlush® toilet operates in a different way from
other marine toilets. VacuFlush® systems use a small
amount of water (a little more than a pint) per ﬂush in
addition to a simple vacuum. The toilet is connected
to the fresh water system. Fresh water is the key to an
odor free bathroom compartment. VacuFlush toilets
are equipped with an integrated vacuum breaker
which prevents the possible contamination of the
potable/fresh water supply. See Figures J4 & J5.
Also refer to the manufacturer’s literature included in
the owner’s packet.
The VacuFlush (TOILET) switch located in the
head must be ON in order for the toilet to ﬂush
To add water to the toilet before using, raise ﬂush
lever until desired water level is reached. Gener-
ally, more water is required only when ﬂushing
solids. See Figure J4.
Figure J3: Transom Shower
The water supply system can be used for showering
or washing down the transom area. As long as there
is water pressure, the shower faucet will operate.
Fresh water tank capacity is limited. Connect the boat
to shore water before using large amounts of water
as required when washing down the transom/swim
To ﬂush toilet, press ﬂush lever sharply down to
the ﬂoor until contents clear bowl. A sharp popping
noise is normal when the vacuum seal is broken
and the ﬂushing action begins. Be sure to hold
lever down for 3 seconds. If ﬂush lever is
accidentally released before waste clears bowl,
do not attempt to ﬂush toilet again until vacuum
Water and Waste Systems - Section J
Owner’s Manual Page 103
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