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How to Connect a Water Line to Your Refrigerator
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Connect and install the water line to your refrigerator
Let 1 or 2 gallons of water run through the new line to remove the air. Turn off the supply line. Slip the remaining compression nut and ferrule over the refrigerator end of the new water line.How to Hook Up a Water Line to Your Refrigerator - Part 1: Planning your project
Connect the line to the water line connector on the back of the refrigerator. Turn the supply line on once again. Watch for leaks at all the connections.
Imagine the convenience of having cold water or ice cubes any time you want them -- no more filling up pitchers to keep in the refrigerator or waiting for ice cube. Connecting a water line for a refrigerator icemaker and water dispenser is easy with a convenient tee-fitting and flex hose supply tubing.
Tighten the connections slightly if you see a leak. If tightening the connection does not stop the leak, turn off the water, remove the connector and add additional thread-seal tape before reconnecting the water line.
Plug your refrigerator into the wall. Coil the excess water line behind the refrigerator. Push the refrigerator against the wall.
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Your refrigerator dispenses refreshing ice and water all year long as long as it's connected to a water supply line. You can use the water line leftover from your. A refrigerator with an automated ice maker and a built-in water dispenser does absolutely nothing if you do not have a water line to connect to it. This article will show you how to run a water line to your refrigerator for an automatic ice maker and water dispenser. The story and how-to photos cover tapping.
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How do you hook up water to your refrigerator
Cut the cold water line under the sink or in the basement and attach a copper T-fitting. Attach a water valve to the T-fitting. This will control the water flow and water pressure to the refrigerator.
Be sure to put a gasket seal between the valve and the T-fitting. Attach the free end of the copper tubing to the valve. Now the refrigerator is connected. Clamp any tubing inside the cabinets along the back of the cabinets, to keep it in place.