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    Please help identify part in the attachment

    I was hoping someone could help me identify the two black parts in these pictures. One of them just started leaking really bad. Not sure if I should replace with the same part or upgrade to something with better quality. Any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you

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    Re: Please help identify part in the attachment

    Those look like ball valves, all pex fitting are 1/2 inch. Go to any home improvement, or hardware for a replacement.

    Of course you will have to have some pex fittings and the tools to affix the repairs. But this stuff was SOP when I got into the RV's again. I now carry all these fittings with me in the RV and could fix any plumbing issue on the road.
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    Re: Please help identify part in the attachment

    Could I use standard hose clamps to fasten the new fitting?


    Quote Originally Posted by sengli View Post
    Those look like ball valves, all pex fitting are 1/2 inch. Go to any home improvement, or hardware for a replacement.

    Of course you will have to have some pex fittings and the tools to affix the repairs. But this stuff was SOP when I got into the RV's again. I now carry all these fittings with me in the RV and could fix any plumbing issue on the road.

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    Re: Please help identify part in the attachment

    Quote Originally Posted by Kosmo View Post
    Could I use standard hose clamps to fasten the new fitting?
    Simple answer is “no”. If you use a hose clamp it may work for awhile but fail down the road, literally. Those are shutoff valves.


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    Re: Please help identify part in the attachment

    Done correctly, so the filter can be bypassed, there may be another valve behind the wall between the two lines. It can be opened when these two are closed. Chris
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