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  1. Alright! All good information and I'm bookmarking the Home Depot pages for the crimpers and clamps. I'll note where the access holes go. I'm becoming puffed up about the ability to fix some plumbing issues myself. And in reply to John's post, this is exactly how I learned the fittings were leaking in the first place. Wet paper towels slipped under the fittings. I didn't have the blue towels but I'm sure they work better than Brawny whites I had on hand. Also, I'm the wife in this case so I give myself full permission to buy any tools we need. Ever since my husband learned he's par
  2. Hi Susan. You may already know this but the valves and fittings you use to configure the trailer for boon docking and winterizing are underneath the bed on the curbside of the trailer. You'll need to remove the mattress or cushions covering the banco and expose the plumbing underneath. We do our own winterizing and we boon dock frequently so we're aware of the valves and the plumbing in that area. It's also where the Truma and furnace are located so they're accessible as well. (In our case we discovered the leaks in the valves after we had to replace a faulty Truma. I'd left that part o
  3. Thanks for the advice and I'd definitely be interested in the access holes and crimper. Something to ponder this winter before we head out again. In the meantime, I'll secure the lines a little better and prepare a field kit as you suggest. We also have a hard time staying on pavement so I'm willing to do whatever it takes to keep it dry. Doris and Bill
  4. Hi Everyone. Has anyone had issues with the ball valves and fittings on the PEX lines? Three of four fittings on our lines developed leaks after a recent camping trip in Colorado. To be fair, once we left the paved road, we drove 30 miles roundtrip on a dusty, deeply rutted gravel road to reach our campsite. My teeth still hurt and it would have been a test for any trailer. We've had the fittings replaced but now I'm concerned about the fittings I can't see, like the ones to the sinks and toilet and tanks. Is there another fitting that works better than the ones that came stock on the
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