Originally Posted by jimh
when u hook up a hose to the sewer flush, use a seperate dedicated hose (not ur drinking water hose). to make it look good, put a check valve in that line or someone may see it and get upset. we don't live in a perfect world so with a couple failures, u could get contaminated water back.
Great post. I wanted to make sure that was noted, you beat me to it.
I've never seen a filter housing break like that when it froze... Not that it couldn't, I've always seen them crack down in the filter part, not the threads.
It couldn't have been over tightened, or cross threaded. Regardless, its broken now.
Depending on what material its made from, I'd use a solvent based glue, like PVC or ABS pipe glue. But I have a feeling it just needs to be replaced. The OP might get lucky and find a similar filter housing and be able to just pirate the cup instead of having to change the whole filter out.
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