Low point drain valve MIA...
We apparently drove over an object in the road that ripped off about 3 feet of pex tube, what I call a plastic L-joint connector, and the low point drain valve itself. The drain valve had been attached by two screws on the inside wall of the driver side of the RV. It's a Melbourne, but that probably is irrelevant.
The RV parts shop where I spend money (in Albuquerque) does not sell a replica. But I spent $27 on parts that I can cobble together that might work. Essential to making it work would be what the clerk called "plumber's tape," which must be tight enough with small screws, to hold a vertical piece of pex to the interior wall of the RV. It's that latter step that concerns me.
Any ideas for replacing the missing parts -- which are somewhere between Albuquerque and Fredericksburg, Texas...?
Cheers.....and happy holidays....