Just got back from the fist trip of the year with my 19H. The water valve leaked on the toilet, which I hear can happen. So I went to shut off the toilet water valve so as to have water in the rest of the trailer but could not locate one.
Perhaps I'm blind but I did not see it. So I had to shut off all of the water to the trailer.....which really suked big time. It seems so stupid to me but the tubing looks like one continues run.
So to my question. I am determined that this never happens again. I am going to put an in-line shut off valve in the toilet line. I may put a few more in as well so as to be able to isolate any of the systems and not lose the entire water system. And yes I know not to leave them closed for the winter or I'll have buku issues.
Before I cut into the tubing is it PEZ tubing? The clamp is a PEZ clamp so I'll hazard a guess that the tubing is as well?
The tubing measures 3/8" ID and 5/8" OD as best as I can measure. Is this a size I can get say at Home Depot?
Do I need to use PEZ tubing?
Do I need PEZ crimper or a good ole' fashioned water pump clamp?
Thanks in advance for anyone who can offer up some help here!