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Old 11-22-2016, 04:12 PM   #1
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AC/Heat Pump Drain Line Connector Broken

Ok airstream gurus how do I fix this? Broken connector on the drain cup line that passes thru the gasket and connects to the tube that goes down the wall ! I noticed that ac was draining down the front of the camper, so I pulled the shroud down from the inside ceiling. Pulled on the line and this is what I found. Just lucky that the drain cups seem like their plugged. Tubing is bone dry. Click image for larger version

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I got no real good response other than JB Weld and very careful reassembly.
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AC/Heat Pump Drain Line Connector Broken

So I looked at some pictures online and it looks like that's the end that connects to the drain cup. So the barb that broke is part of the molded cup.
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I replaced mine with a brass barbed fitting and JB water weld. Drilled out pan where tube attached a replaced with brass fitting water weld putty around it and done
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I replaced mine with a brass barbed fitting and JB water weld. Drilled out pan where tube attached a replaced with brass fitting water weld putty around it and done
This is a good solution if you can easily get to the side of the cup.
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