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Old 05-27-2018, 07:32 PM   #1
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What is this? And where can I find it?

Hello everyone. New to this forum and I would really appreciate if anyone could help me find this replacement piece. I just bought my Sunline camper off my neighbor. He took great care of it but he did tell me there was a water leak. I think I found it and itís this piece but Iíve been trying to look for a replacement online and have not been able to. Figured I would give this forum a try please see the attached image. Any suggestions or ideas would be extremely appreciated!
He took great care of it but he did tell me there was a water leak. I think I found it and itís this piece but Iíve been trying to look for a replacement online and have not been able to. Figured I would give this forum try please see the attached image. Any suggestions or ideas would be extremely appreciated! Thank you all and have a great memorial weekend!
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Old 05-28-2018, 05:57 AM   #2
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that looks like a low point drain valve. Mine do not end with an elbow and valve like those , but they look like drains to me. I'm assuming those go directly into the floor and there are 2 pipes sticking through underneath the camper. If that is the low point drain, it can be closed off for the season with a pex plug and dealt with later if an emergency.

Regardless, rather than looking online, I'd head to a big box store, they have fittings for PEX pipe and the pipe itself. If you wanted to try to match the fitting you could search online for pex fitting elbow valve plastic. (I have those in my camper and although I've done a lot of plumbing in there I've never bought that style, since I have a pex ring crimping tool and buy the standard brass fittings. I'm sure someone knows the manufacturer of the plastic and a source - I don't. You could also search this forum, since I know it has been discussed.)

The big box stores sell a line of fittings called sharkbite (or a knockoff) that is a press on fitting, no tools required for PEX. If you can't find the exact fitting, you will probably need an inline shutoff, a short piece of PEX and an elbow to make the repair since the dimensions of what you find will probably not match exactly.
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Yes, they are the low point drains used for draining the water lines for winterizing. There are two one for hot and one for cold. Mine are very similar and located in the floor of the bathroom sink cabinet.

One suggestion, take a sharpie and mark them for open and closed. Don't ask.....but, it does involve about a gallon of RV anti freeze on the driveway!!!

Also, check your water pump. There may be a tee valve with one side going to your freshwater tank and the other side has about a four foot section of vinyl hose. This is the "winterizing kit" option. Flip the valve handle in line with hose, stick it in your bottle of antifreeze, turn on the pump, and it makes that chore easy.

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As was said, that does look like a low point drain valve that goes out through the floor. That is a "Flair-It" brand drain valve.

In case you did not find it, this should be the one
https://www.amazon.com/Flair-16884-P...t++drain+valve

Here is the main company site Home - Flair-It

Hope this helps

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Old 05-30-2018, 12:51 AM   #5
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Thank you all!!!

Wow. Thank you! All replies were very helpful and the link the Amazon is especially appreciated!
This is it!!! Ordering today and will let you know how I make out.
Thank you again!!!!
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Glad it worked out that easy for you. When I was looking for yours I found one I needed to get a spare for on the 3 way valve... A win/win!
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Glad it worked out that easy for you. When I was looking for yours I found one I needed to get a spare for on the 3 way valve... A win/win!
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