Something seems to be up with my starboard captains call exhaust valve. It sticks closed, and I noticed it today when wakeboarding behind the boat, thinking the worse that the exhaust is going bad. The port side was blowing it's normal high amount of water, and just a trickle was coming out of the starboard side. I had the guy driving flip the switch back and forth a few times, and it snapped the circuit breaker, which we reset. I got in the boat, and noticed it was indeed sticking, and I had to help it by hand. The associated riser was also quite hot; is that normal when running one side through the prop like that? I'm guessing it's just a bad solenoid- it's the Corsa system. Can one just safety wire the exhaust valves open and pull the fuse, or is there some side effect to doing something like that?