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Old 05-15-2021, 06:47 PM   #1
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Toilet Shut Off valve

1987 Fleetwood TIoga Arrow. Replaced toilet. Water hose does not reach toilet. Need to install a longer hose but can't find shut off vavle. Is it in the wall???
Is there such a thing as a hose extender? Home Depot said "no."
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Old 05-15-2021, 07:06 PM   #2
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There may not be a separate shutoff valve.


Determine what ends you have on the supply line and the toilet. Chances are they are standard sizes. Got the Home Depot or Lowes and look in the plumbing department where there should be a display of supply lines for faucets and toilets. You might find what you need or you may have to get and adapter to make it work.





I had to pull my toilet to work on it. Although I had enough pipe to connect there was limited access and hard to get the fittings tight. I bought a short wire braided hose with the right ends. I put a loop in so I could connect to the toilet and supply line and then easily slide the toilet into place.
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1987 Fleetwood TIoga Arrow. Replaced toilet. Water hose does not reach toilet. Need to install a longer hose but can't find shut off vavle. Is it in the wall???
Is there such a thing as a hose extender? Home Depot said "no."
On my previous coach the toilet had a shutoff valve right where the line came out of the floor, with a line that screwed on and then on to the valve on the toilet. Was handy for working on it and a life saver when the flush valve stuck open. Could turn the water off right now.

My upgrade I bought last year has no such valve, so I would suspect if you do not have one out in the open it is not there.

I don't know what kind of piping you have but I assume it is flexible so it is either a plastic like pex or braided stainless. Either are easy to splice. You don't say how much to short it is or how much line already comes out of the floor or wall?

I just had mine out to replace the ball and seal and strongly considered cutting the line and installing a shutoff in it.

You may want to do something like that. Cut some of the existing pipe off, install a shutoff, and then use standard plumbing fittings to go from the valve to the toilet.

As for Home Depot saying "they don't make it" I wouldn't put to much stock in that. Take some pictures and go to an Ace Hardware or similar and let them show you what's available to change your plumbing.
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Turning off your water pump might help.
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