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Old 11-29-2019, 10:55 AM   #1
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Refrigerator drain hose

2008 monaco diplomat pdq with dometic refrigerator, the drain hose has crumbled. Anyone have any pictures of the process to replace it?
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Most drain hoses crumble on bottom only. Is this the case?
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Most drain hoses crumble on bottom only. Is this the case?
It seems like that last 6 to 8 inches
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Mine went first on the bottom, then soon all of the way up and the "wood" that my slide was made from soaked the drips up and disintegrated. Lots of work to fix. Search here for hose replacement and you will get quite a few ways to tackle t. Some prefer using a vinyl clear hose for a permanent fix. I did it with the fridge pulled inside because I wanted to do the annual maintenance items to keep it running well anyway. 4 screws inside, 2 screws outside and it slid right in.
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Just find a piece of copper same size as inside of hose and silicone it in. You could also just put a small piece od copper then add rubber hose
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