Replace hot and cold poly from basement supply to bath sink in our 1998 CC Intigue
I damaged the supply lines from the main hot and cold supply in the basement to the bath sink. Can they be reached from beneath by removing a basement floor panel. Any advise would be greatly appreciated. Oh!, this is on our 1998 Country Coach, Intrigue w/o slide (32’) #10518.
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Are those PEX lines cut in two? Thinking out loud here; If they are intact consider buying all new PEX line and a splice fitting, splice old and new together, then pull new through with the old line.
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While trying to detach 23 year old poly tubing I twisted it to the point that it crimped at bath cabinet floor level. Terry at Kenai Coach suggested 1st to remove carpet on the floor of cabinet which may then (floor) be able to be removed to expose the poly. If the floor cannot be removed I will have to use a saw to cut around the tubing to make a fresh cut on it and splice it with a Sharkbite fitting.