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Plug n Play Malibu VLX 2014


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I went out this WE for the first time with my new VLX 2014.

I connected my plug and play system, and filled the bags through the preset. My dashboard told me that the rear bags were 100% full, but when I went to the back, I noticed that the fat sac were quite empty (600lbs bags, and should be around 100lbs of water in the bags).

The water is coming from the hoses, so should work, but it was not possible to fill in the bags completely without pulling the filling hose higher, in order to hearing the water coming in the bag.

Am I doing something wrong ? It looks really odd for me.


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You'll have to shut off the pump manually when draining. Pay attention to it since the bags might just be spitting water towards the end. My 750's get to drain to the point where it doesn't make much sense to run the pump much longer.

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Good thing about aerator pumps is it won't hurt them to run dry. I usually keep my drain all on until boat is on trailer and I shut main power off. That way pulling it up the ramp gets the last bit out if the tanks.

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When I use the go home preset it drains everything including the bags and all pumps turn off automatically because the bags drain into the tanks the pumps don't turn off till all empty.


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