Adria Bathroom Tap

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Hi, just been out in our Adria Altea 502DK (2006) & while bleeding the water after setting up, a brown elbow that the shower hose screws onto popped out & I couldn't get it to stay in.
Is a new O Ring required or a new tap?
Does anyone know the name of this set up as well? (Truma etc)
Any advice would be appreciated


Thanks
 

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Well as it popped out you would expect it to pop back in. I suggest thoroughly clean the 'receiver' (which from the photo appears to be intact) and around the O ring, then try a smear of plumbers silicone grease or the like and see if it refits with a twisting motion which might be easier to handle with the shower hose detached. While apart you can then check the shower hose and head for obstruction (by connecting to a shower in the house?).
 
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If above doesn’t work looks like a new O ring needed. Looking at your photos it appears the O-ring sits in the groove of the female housing.
 

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