Originally Posted by jdrumsr
I discovered a leaky valve right behind my water heater yesterday. I'm not familiar with the types of clamps used to secure the water lines in my Jayco. They are metal and have a little hoop on one side. Is there a specific tool I should use to unfasten the clamps? I also cannot seem to find a Jayco parts website.
If anyone has experience with these things and can provide some useful links to steer me in the right direction I'd sure appreciate it!
I'd call a Jayco dealer in your area and show the parts dept the pic of the shut off valve. I had a similar issue and they had a shut off valve in stock for about $10. Cut pipe off as close to clamps as possible, and heat up a little with a blow dryer. The pipe slides on the nipple and screw clamps tight. No need for putty or tape. Valve came with the proper fittings. Took 20 mins. If I can find the receipt I will post part number.