Applies to Clipper and possibly other units.
We are camping on the on the shores of the Georgia Strait and on the second day of being hooked up to the cg water supply the fitting on the "pex to check valve", on the street side of the pressure reducing valve, cracked and flooded my service compartment.
Not a big deal as, on the Clipper, this compartment is located aft of the rear axle and is segregated from the other cargo compartments.(another good Clipper OEM design)
This has not been a bid problem camping wise as I have just filled the fresh water tank and we are using the pump.
I now have a very clean service bay!
I have the fitting off and hope to get to the hardware store today to see if they have what I need.
The pex line and fitting was OEM installed with a bit of stress on it as the pex line was a little long, and then clamped with a slight bend. Not sure if that or old age was the main cause?
Camping is always an "experience" and this one will be remembered for the "water leak".