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We do not sell your information. We are made possible by:. Can a standard ice maker hookup kit be tapped into cpvc or do you have to make a tap on the main line and put on a reducer? HJs suggestion is the best if the refer is close. You can purchase a dual shut off stop and install on the cold supply line instead of the single stop on now.
If it is not close, do not use a saddle to tap into the line. CPVC is easy to work with. Cut a tee into the CPVC for your water supply. You will need a shut off of some kind on this line. Use CPVC x brass adapters--nothing with plastic thre. If you can get into the wall to install an icemaker box, it makes a nice neat install. Deb The Pipewench.
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Overstrictly plumbing related posts Welcome to Plbg. Newest Subjects. Author: Anonymous User Can a standard ice maker hookup kit be tapped into cpvc or do you have to make a tap on the main line and put on a reducer? Author: hj AZ where is the icemaker in relation to the sink?Ice maker hookup cpvc
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