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Replacing a Water Inlet Plug

Originally Published in Trailer Life Magazine

Due to age and use, the city-water inlet plugs that keep the insides and threads protected from the elements tend to fail. To remedy the problem, I took the plugs that are used to protect the ends of an inline RV water-system filter before use and trimmed the shoulder so that it would fit nicely in the city-water hookup fitting. It’s a good use of a part that is usually discarded.

Don Dunstan | Richmond, Texas

 

 


 

 

 

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