I have a 2008 Grand Junction 35TMS that currently houses my Mom. She'll be in for a year or so as a last resort to get her out of a crappy situation. I'm really doing my best with it so far.
I am at my wits' end with the city water connection leaking, inside and out, and Google just make simple direct inquiries harder lol.
We were using a Camco heated hose, which is heavier than sin, and eventually stressed the original B&B city water connection to start leaking into the little compartment. We learned the hard way that the 2 piece 'drain-thru to underneath' pipe was separated in the middle and allowed the leaking water to 'drain' into the storage belly via the carpet wicking.
This is the piece that leaked originally, where the swiveling fitting attaches to the water hose, part of the actual 'flange.'
I ordered a replacement flange, same brand same size, and it no longer leaks at the flange itself. Now it leaks on both ends of the 18" 'supply riser' tubing between the flange connection and the interior plumbing. It's rigid as all heck and was awkwardly placed to begin with, with a lot of tension. It was tugged and jostled a bit I'm sure while finding and fixing the first issue. You can see where I circled the new leak points. Both seem to be where the metal on the tube meets the plastic female pieces.
The interior end has a 90 degree elbow.
This is the label from the piece of tube itself.
I can see this Midtec Inc. went out of business, and maybe for good reason?
If I were to call a local hardware, what would I ask for to replace that tube? I ask for your pity in helping me with terminology for exactly what I need. Thank you!