The plumbing in my 1964
Globetrotter has been a series of headaches, as each winter a bit more water condensed from somewhere and found an undrained low spot. My brothers and I made permanent and temporary repairs each time, but last summer a new leak sprang up in teh cold water line somewhere between the kitchen sink and the back end, and the water pressure regulator rusted out, and I had no time, so I camped mostly dry and carried the water I needed last summer. This year I want to fix it, and I have some time. Can I take out the old tubing and replace it myself? Can I use flexible waterlines instead of copper? Is there someone in Upper Michigan I could hire to do it for me if they have more experience than I do? Will an air pump on the city water inlet do a better job of draining that I have done?
We do like our trailer, which is mostly old school. It went back to Jacksonville several years ago for a new refrigerator, stove water pump and water heater.