Where can I find water pipe connector

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  1. alanf

    alanf Read Only Funster

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    My van has a 1 to 3 water pipe nylon connector, and despite draining down this winter, there must have been residual water that has cracked the fitting during the freezing weather. I have no idea where to find a fitting like this. Any ideas please let me know. The water pipes are reinforced hose approx 10mm internal diameter approx 15 mm external diameter.

    (If this part isn't avaiable, is there anything else apart form creating some sort of heath robinson repair by multiple T fittings, that would be painful as the hose lengths have very little slack)

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    Geo Trader - Funster

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    Thats called a water manifold Google it)
    they are available 2/3/4/5/6/into one
    for an exact match it will be a dealer part only
    Geo
    PS fill out your profile properly, it will help others to help you if we know what motor home you have and area for dealers etc
     
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    If you get stuck that looks repairable. I superglued a similar plug back into our shower valve. Or you could weld it back with a soldering iron.
     
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    Hi,

    If it is the end, just superglue it back in.

    Otherwise give our parts dept a ring.

    Peter
     
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    Peter,

    Thanks, I will try superglue as it is just the end.

    (By the way, did you know your web site links don't seem to work at the moment)

    Alan
     
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    Hi Alan,

    Yes pain in the butt, all to do with changing domain names, wont work on my laptop (wireless), wont work on an old windows 98 PC but works on a HP pc right next door to it and all hard wired up to the same router, beyond my comprehension. Sposed tpo sort itself out in 24/48 hours.

    Peter
     
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    Theres a way of fixing that. I sorted my domian a few weeks back. I forgot exactly what I did, but I'll see what I can do.
     
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    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    It is totally weird, lost a load of pics on the ends of all my ebay listings as well, did some new ones and a couple seemed to have links in them pointing to my hotmail account where I made the pages up in a draft to copy and paste them in, needless to say they got deleted!

    Peter
     
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