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1999 34' Flair by Fleetwood plumbing diagraham Reggie 2-3-16  
My plumbing is shot! All of the pvc piping is dry rotted, split and cracked. I see no easy way to get to most of it. Some of it, I see no at all og getting to some of it. Can anybody help?
Re: 1999 34' Flair by Fleetwood plumbing diagraham Keith 2-4-16  
Hi Reggie, If you plan on doing this yourself, it's not going to be easy, but not all that difficult. You'll have to try attaching the new to the old ends and pulling it thru where possible. You may have to run waterlines out in the open under cabinets etc. if you can't get the old out or to make it easier. I'm assuming you'll replace the PVC with PEX, this will be easier too as it is flexible. You'll need the tools to do it all. I don't envy you, it's quite an unertaking, even for a plumber. You might consider cost vs value of the motorhome also. But ya gotta do what ya gotta do.... Good luck
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