|Item Weight||4.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 1 x 1 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||22505|
|Manufacturer Part Number||22505|
|OEM Part Number||22505|
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Camco 90 Degree Hose Elbow- Eliminates Stress and Strain On RV Water Intake Hose Fittings, Solid Brass (22505)
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- Prevent hose crimping and strain
- Eliminate unnecessary stress and strain on all RV water intake hose fittings
- Solid Brass
- Easy-grip connector
- Compliant with all federal and state level low lead laws. CSA Low Lead Content Certified to NSF/ANSI 372
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Prevent hose crimping and strain, and extend hose life. Camco RV 90 Degree Hose Elbow eliminates unnecessary stress and strain on all RV water intake hose fittings. It’s perfect for RVs or just around the house. Elbow is made of brass for years of trouble-free use.
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Camco's 90 Degree Hose Elbow can be used with water hookups to your RV, residential outdoor faucets and with washing machine hookups. It eliminates strain on your water hose connection and prevents kinking. The brass elbow with swiveling easy grip connector fits .75-11.5 NH hose connections.
- Prevent hose kinking and strain
- Perfect for RV or residential hookup
- Eliminate unnecessary stress and strain on RV citywater hookup and other hose connections
- Solid brass with swiveling easy grip connector
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The problem was that pushing the washer as close to the wall as possible put a lot pressure on the hot and cold hoses which came straight out of the back of the machine, horizontal to the ground. The problem was made more difficult as the hot and cold intake fitting was stacked, the hot below the cold.
Other elbows I looked at had a nice handy large female fitting that prevented installing both elbows on the hot and cold male fittings. The female fitting was too large and because the hot and cold were stacked to close together, I was unable to install both.
This fitting, because of the wing design on the female side allowed me to put both on at a slight angle so the hoses could be connected without the kink that was there before. I admit I had to work with the wings so they would not get in the way of each other as I tighten them, but once I figured that out, things went very smoothly. While initially I had been looking for a simple fitting on the female side, this design allowed me use the wings to get a little more leverage when tightening or loosing the connection.
As an additional benefit of these item, it works with the hot water. Other elbows usually had a disclaimer the they were only rated for cold water and external use.
So all in all I have been very pleased with this item.
Fortunately, a call to Roger solved the problem immediately. He recommended draining the hot water heater once a year, including during this early period, so I could wait until June 2016 to do it the first time (but I did it early to be safe). He gave me these instructions that were extremely easy and effective:
1. Do NOT shut off the water valves going to the hot water heater.
2. Connect a garden hose to the spout at the base of the tank, and run the other end outside where a large amount of water can drain.
3. Use a flat head screwdriver to open up the valve (90-degree turn) at the spout.
4. Let the force of the water pressure drive out the sediment for 15 minutes.
5. Close the valve at the spout using the flat head screwdriver.
6. Remove the garden hose.
It was as easy as it sounds except for one detail-- the wall of the drip pan holding the water heater was high enough that the hose would have crimped over the edge. Thanks to Amazon, I found the Camco hose elbow that would give more than enough height for the hose to clear the edge of the drip pan. The Camco's connector allowed perfect positioning of the elbow vertically, and a similar connector on my Flexon 50-ft hose made the exit connection just as easy. By luck, the hose was exactly the right length to snake off my porch and reach a water drainage ditch on one side of my yard. There was zero leakage throughout the whole process, and the crystal clear water at the end showed that the flushing action was successful.
I've seen quite a few variations on instructions for draining sediment, all of which were more complicated than Rogers version. Although I can't guarantee his instructions will work for everyone, they worked great for my new water heater and took MUCH less time than I anticipated.
I went back on the Amazon site and took another look at the Elbow using the magnification tool and you can see all of the pits and the ragged edges in the metal, I wished I had done this earlier but I was relying on the Camco name, I could have saved myself the trouble of having to send this piece of useless metal back.