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Published: 31.05.2017

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How to hook up a water line to a refrigerator. But once you've bought a refrigerator with a cold water dispenser and automatic ice maker.

Insert the new water line into the opening on the tee.

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Then follow these steps:. Wrap the female thread on the opposite end of the adapter with thread-seal tape. Wrap threads on the cold water valve with two or three wraps of thread-seal tape.

Slide the compression nut over the male threads and tighten it on the adapter. Tighten all three nuts on the quick-tee adapter with pliers or an adjustable wrench.

    1. Andrey_Reiner - 04.06.2017 in 19:39

      Explore Black Friday Dryers. You'll want to use water lines that are already in place if possible, rather than attempting to install new pipes.

      Robby_Armstrong - 05.06.2017 in 14:42

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