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  • TedsCanoe
    TedsCanoeWhy didn't I think of that? Tips and Tricks:
    September 19, 2020I hate Pex connectors. I just finished putting in a new water pump complete with some flexible piping to keep the noise down. Everything works just fine but 3 of the existing pex connectors now have a slow drip. Every 5 minutes, the pump comes on for a co...  more
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      modernvardo September 19, 2020 The shark bite pex connectors are pretty easy to use
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      TedsCanoe September 19, 2020 Thanks, I'll go check them out.
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      SilverSport September 19, 2020 That is strange, the Pex's I installed eight years ago is working perfectly, I don't even use a regulator, Enjoyed the eaze of installation, added a out side shower and a fauct  on the passenger side of coach.
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      Joy Petnut September 19, 2020 I've used Shark bites for several years and I finally installed one the other day that I didn't leak the first time! When you cut the pex make sure your cut is absolutely straight. Check for nubs on the cut ends. Use sandpaper to remove the nubs. Make a m...  more
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      Habadabeer September 19, 2020 Yeah, those Pex clamps are a pain! I get that it’s much faster for the factory to simply crimp them in place, but there’s no easy way for the do-it-yourselfer to remove them. Took me 2 screwdrivers, 30 minutes, and 4 bandaids to get just one off! Like you...  more
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      Jim & Sharon Ham September 20, 2020 No problem with the PEX connectors I replaced 5 years ago on my rig after rerouting water lines up and out of the way.  But some DIY folks use radiator hose worm gear clamps rather than PEX crimps if the tool cannot be inserted into tiny spaces.
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      Snap Your Fingers September 20, 2020 The shark bites have to be pushed twice. If done only once they leak, i learned the hard way after installing them and had leaks, paid someone to come out only to show me that they had to "click" twice
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  • RV BUG STOP
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    The self-closing design on the R.V Bug Stop keeps the slider on the R.Vs screen door closed. Installation is simple and requires no tools. just pull off the film from the tape and attach it to the horizontal rail under the slider. no more yelling at someone for leaving the slider open. with no bugs coming in you can sit back and relax thanks to the R. V. Bug Stop.