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I have a drain pipe for my 2001 camper, that goes through the bottom of the camper. Attached to the bottom of the plastic hose is a threaded female adapter that rotates 360 degrees:

Leaky There is a small drip drip leaky that is coming from the adapter. If I push up on it, the water comes out as a steady stream. I'm not sure how the metal is attached to the plastic, but I'm assuming that i just need to cut the plastic above the clamp? and purchase a new metal adapter. I just have no idea, what that adapter would be called, and where to purchase it, and if there is a better way of taking the old one off, besides hacksawing the plastic pipe above the clamp?

Ideas?

  • I can't quite tell from this photo, but it doesn't look like PVC. As best as you can tell, what kind of plastic tubing is it? – BrownRedHawk Jun 29 '16 at 12:03
  • @BrownRedHawk It's the original tubing that came with my camper 15 years ago... so whatever that would be... – Daryl Jun 29 '16 at 12:06
  • Since this plastic tube has a crimp style clamp, I'd just take it apart and replace that with an adjustable stainless steel hose clamp. These are tightened with a screwdriver or nut driver. – Tyson Jun 29 '16 at 12:46
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This was a standard 3/4" pipe. I was able to cut it off, and shark bite a new piece on.

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