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Old 05-30-2013, 12:30 AM   #1
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Water Inlet 1984 31ft Excella

It happened....I de-winterized the trailer, and the inlet housing is cracked. I guess there was some water there when I capped it.
Now I need a part, and so far no luck without totally changing the way this works.

Where do I get this housing?
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It is a common part, yours is probably gray poly plastic but it may be metal, can't tell from your photo. It is generally called a washing machine faucet mounting ear elbow. The hose part is also available. Home Depot or Lowe's. They are also available in Sharkbite fittings.
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Thanks!

Thanks!
This might be easier than I thought it was going to be!
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The repair was easy. The damaged part was plastic. The new part is a Sharkbite brass fitting. Inside the trailer a pex compression elbow and pex compression union.

Good to go now!....The question is where to go?
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I am having the same problem...Don't suppose that you remember the size of fittings you used do you?
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