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    Drain Wye + Parts

    Hey everyone! Back for more help. The 1.5" line is leaking right where it connects to the drain Wye.

    Can someone point me to the right parts to source? 3 inch on the left side, 1.5" on the right.

    I gotta replace the tank valves as well so I can get rid of that temp dump valve. So I'll be doing that all at the same time. Not looking forward to it, but it must be done lol.

    Thank you in advance!

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    Re: Drain Wye + Parts

    Go to a plumbing supply store. You don't have to have ABS fittings, SCH 40 PVC will work and is the same dimensions, you do have to use Universal glue in the Red lable can.
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    Re: Drain Wye + Parts

    Quote Originally Posted by 6.7LMegaCab View Post
    Hey everyone! Back for more help. The 1.5" line is leaking right where it connects to the drain Wye.

    Can someone point me to the right parts to source? 3 inch on the left side, 1.5" on the right.

    I gotta replace the tank valves as well so I can get rid of that temp dump valve. So I'll be doing that all at the same time. Not looking forward to it, but it must be done lol.

    Thank you in advance!

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    Getting the pvc locally is a good suggestion because abs is difficult to ship in the 10 lengths. If you cant find the correct fittings and other necessary parts locally, you can go to a supplier like T-J Trailers and they have it all. After completing, you can paint the pvc with black stove pipe paint which really sticks well. Just rough up the pvc first.
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    Re: Drain Wye + Parts

    Thank you! I'll expand my search to the sch40. I think Lowe's and Home Depot is about all we got out here, but I was focused looking for the black stuff, so I probably missed the fittings.

    Actually, I'll be up on Albuquerque today, so I may be able to find the stuff up there.

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    Thank you! Double elbow. That's what it is. I couldn't even find that in the Lowe's.

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    Re: Drain Wye + Parts

    Quote Originally Posted by 6.7LMegaCab View Post
    Hey everyone! Back for more help. The 1.5" line is leaking right where it connects to the drain Wye.

    Can someone point me to the right parts to source? 3 inch on the left side, 1.5" on the right.

    I gotta replace the tank valves as well so I can get rid of that temp dump valve. So I'll be doing that all at the same time. Not looking forward to it, but it must be done lol.

    Thank you in advance!

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    Keep the y.
    Cut the smaller pipe and use a rubber coupler from lowes or home Depot. While you're at it keep the gate valve but take it apart and clean it up.
    Use plumber lube to lubricant it, it's waterproof.
    The gate valve is going to save the mess from above if one we're to leak. Sometimes you remove the cap and out comes the mess.

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    That's a brilliant idea! Much easier as well. Since I haven't been able to make any headway yet, I'll do as you suggested and add another strap hanger or two.

    Good point on keeping the lower valve. I'll see what I need to do to revive the other tank valves as I'm not too fond of water leaking into those lower pipes while traveling.

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    Re: Drain Wye + Parts

    Quote Originally Posted by 6.7LMegaCab View Post
    That's a brilliant idea! Much easier as well. Since I haven't been able to make any headway yet, I'll do as you suggested and add another strap hanger or two.

    Good point on keeping the lower valve. I'll see what I need to do to revive the other tank valves as I'm not too fond of water leaking into those lower pipes while traveling.

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    I was able to cut the old pipe out from the y. Used a 1/4" chisel. I had to cut a notch then started chiselling. Sanded it smooth and reglued .

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    Quote Originally Posted by carl.swoyer View Post
    I was able to cut the old pipe out from the y. Used a 1/4" chisel. I had to cut a notch then started chiselling. Sanded it smooth and reglued .

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    That's really not a bad idea. Heck of a lot easier than tearing it all apart and refitting it all. I just so happen to have a chisel set as well.

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