There were 3 videos I used, each has their place. No, I don’t do pretty links.
The first one basically shows that it really isn’t that difficult. He isn’t a mechanic, obviously just a backyard fixer upper who managed to make the repair. He gets lambasted a bit unfairly for not knowing the finer points. My RV setup ended up being identical to his when I got the old flange removed.
This video really showed me the correct way to do the job. I ended up with the exact brand of flange that he had which included all the necessary parts. As an aside, Camping World doesn’t stock teflon tape. I ended up taking Camping World’s stuff back and getting the correct part from Apache Junction RV, which is where Sandie told me to go in the first place.
This video explains the parts an RV’er might want to carry along and use with the city water connection and why. It was good for me to see some options as I go along. Probably the most surprising was that the screen on the water input is just a rubber washer. The previous videos made it sound like the screen only came as part of the primary assembly, as in ‘yeah, if mine had a screen it got lost a long time ago’ comments. In this video he recommends carrying spares.