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They were not made to be serviced. They were made to be disposable essentially, but you might contact the folks at B&H to see if they may have a solution.
Otherwise depending how it broke, it might be able to be cemented, or reconfigured to accept a different type of clamp. I had a no name type of tripod that required some caredul filing to restore a lip on a clamp so it would lock after the original lip snapped off.
IF this Hose Nipple is A Casted Aluminum or iron and is "part of" the Thermostat Housing Simply ( Replace T-Stat Housing itself),,,, If it is Part of the INTAKE MANIFOLD Ouch!! Replace Intake manifold. I Hope this Sheds Light on your Problem so as to Lead to A Good Repair for your Vehicle, If this does help
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Assuming you still have the female part with the treads in tact, you can do what I did. I used a hose clamp, the kind used on radiators, but larger. First, take off the lock down knob, then put the hose clamp over the broken plastic housing and mark where the knob would screw through. Then remove the hose clamp, placing it on a sturdy surface and use a 5/16 drill bit to make a hole where the lock down know will pass through. Place the hose clamp over the plastic housing, insert the knob, tighten the hose clamp (but not so much that it restricts the tripod leg from moving) and you are done! I can send you pictures of the process and the final result. It saved me from buying a new tripod! I can be e-mailed at email@example.com if you have questions. -Spencer
I just broke a leg on my 106749 ge skillet and called customer service and was told they do not carry replacement parts for this skillet. If you would like to buy my good leg I would be more than happy to work with you! Deb