The weather was nice enough to put the roof up today and take some pictures.
One view of the p-trap side of the flexible hose that runs from the sink, to the trap, and then out the side.
Closeup view of connection of flexible hose to barbed fitting, then into ABS.
View from the access port showing the pink antifreeze residing in the "p-trap" formed by the hose when the galley is up, in the use position. The natural "p-trap" is normally a little bigger, but ~2 inches was removed because of the crack mentioned above.
This is the sink side, which appears to be the same type of connection, but not such an issue because the water flows from the barbed adaptor into the hose.
The leaky connection is the one going into the barbed adaptor, before the p-trap. Any suggestions would be most welcome. It is quite difficult to tighten the clamps enough to stop the leak as the hose is flexible, but has all the ridges in it.
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