Broken Sink Pipe - Fiberglass RV


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Old 07-20-2013, 08:44 PM   #1
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Broken Sink Pipe

During a trip, my 13' Scamp got a boo-boo. Instead of an J trap, it has a little bowl with the nipple off the side that the clear tube is clamped to. The clear tube that attaches to the nipple of the sink drain broke the nipple. I figure the cutting board stored under the sink was bouncing around causing the break. Has anyone had this happen and was it an easy fix? Did anyone fix it differently/better than the original? Any under sink storage mod suggestions?
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Old 07-20-2013, 09:39 PM   #2
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Easy fix, you need one of these available at most RV shops.
Camco Camper Drain Trap #37262
Scamp even sell it.
Plumbing : Sink Trap
Some places sell it as a complete kit, right from the drain to the outlet outside.
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Thanks Roy, that is exactly what the part looks like. I may be able to fix this easy myself. The part isn't that expensive either. Now to figure a way to keep the pipes out of the way of the stored items.
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