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Old 05-18-2020, 10:09 PM   #1
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What kind of Pex Fitting am I dealing with here?

We just bought a new to us 2016 Black Rock and I immediately had an issue with the check valve on the city water connection. When I ran our pump for boondocking the water connection would shoot water out. Figured the valve was bad so I ran to the local RV parts place and picked up a whole new city water connection fitting including the valve to fix it. Got it all swapped out but now instead of the valve leaking the pex fitting behind it has a slow drip.

Here is a photo of the fitting that leaks:

The part in the wall you cannot see is a female fitting that the city water connection screws into.

Any idea on what I need to replace here to fix this leak?
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Old 05-18-2020, 10:57 PM   #2
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Looks like a female to male coupler or a reducing coupler. I would inquire through the factory and they can hook you up with a replacement or point you in the right direction.
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Old 05-18-2020, 11:04 PM   #3
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That is a Flair-It 1/2" X 3/4" Garden Hose adapter
Flair-It 16866

https://www.leggettsupply.com/index....x3-4-fswv-ght/





OR might just need a new seal
Falir-It 16483


https://www.leggettsupply.com/index....-hose-seal-bc/



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Thanks, turns out when I removed the old city water connection valve it took the washer with it. I didn't realize that need to stay with the the new connection. Luckily I kept the old part and found that washer. Put it in and good as new. Time to head to the woods!
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Thanks, turns out when I removed the old city water connection valve it took the washer with it. I didn't realize that need to stay with the the new connection. Luckily I kept the old part and found that washer. Put it in and good as new. Time to head to the woods!

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