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justfishingaround

bait well wont fill

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in my 1999 pro v one of the bait wells wont fill when on the lake. tried to check at home, where is the water in take?

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It's probably near the drain plug. My crestliner has a mushroom shaped filter over it.

Driving in reverse with it running has fixed a stubborn pump for me before.

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Are you blowing fuses? If so it might be cloged, you'd have to take the pump abart and clear what ever is in the impeller. Fishing line and milfoil are 2 common culprits.

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The one that does'nt fill might be clogged right at the fitting in the baitwell. Unscrew the fitting and check it.

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The fill fitting is right below the cover.. look inside (might need a mirror, or feel around for it)... it just screws in or out.. looks like this:

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marine_man

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Your intake will be a stainless steel wire strainer looking thing sticking out a little down by the drain hole on the transom. Should be 2 of them.

Can you hear the pump running?

If not check to make sure a fuse isn't blown and that you have power to the pump.

If it has power and is pumping but still nothing's coming through put a garden hose to it and see if water is getting through to the bait well. Make sure your fill/empty switch is on fill.

Some times the fill/empty set screw on the valve lets loose enough that it doesn't open or close the valve correctly and the well won't fill or empty like it should.

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Any suggestions on a front baitwell on a pro v 21 SE Lund that will not drain? Is it just plugged up or is there a check valve at the bottom that is stuck?

Thanks,

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Most Pro-V's have the livewell pump feed the baitwell as well... is the livewell closest to this baitwell (I'm guessing it's the front one) filling with water?

Any suggestions on a front baitwell on a pro v 21 SE Lund that will not drain? Is it just plugged up or is there a check valve at the bottom that is stuck?

Ed - There isn't a check valve.. there must be something plugging the drain.

marine_man

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Basseyes tried the hose thing NOTHING will fill with the hose,and I can hear the pump run. I never knew about that valve in the wells

that might be the problem but the next question is why wont the hose fill at least the ones that I know work?

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marine man yes front bait well has the problem and front live well will fill in the lake but not at home. thanks for the visual

I did not know there was a valve in there.

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Most Pro-V's have the livewell pump feed the baitwell as well... is the livewell closest to this baitwell (I'm guessing it's the front one) filling with water?

Originally Posted By: Ed Carlson
Any suggestions on a front baitwell on a pro v 21 SE Lund that will not drain? Is it just plugged up or is there a check valve at the bottom that is stuck?

Ed - There isn't a check valve.. there must be something plugging the drain.

marine_man

I thought so...I'll try to back flush it and see what is in there causing problems.

Thanks,

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