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Trong video này, tôi sẽ hướng dẫn bạn từng bước cách lắp đặt đường nước vào tủ lạnh cho máy làm đá hoặc đơn giản là nguồn cung cấp nước uống. ————————————————– —————————————– Các liên kết liên kết của Amazon đến tất cả các sản phẩm tôi đã sử dụng trong video này: TOOLS: Fluxuator (công cụ làm nóng chảy): Dụng cụ đo độ sâu & tẩy vết bẩn Sharkbite: Bộ hàn: Doa bút chì: Máy khoan: Máy cắt ống: Dao tiện ích: Cờ lê có thể điều chỉnh: VẬT LIỆU: 1/2 “x 3/8” mồ hôi để nén van thẳng: 1/4 “Khớp nối đẩy: 1/4” Khớp nối nén bằng đồng thau: 1/4 “Ống PE-RT (50ft): 1/2” x 1/4 “Tê Sharkbite: 1/4” Tay áo bằng đồng thau và nylon insert: ______________________________________________ Để trở thành Người đăng ký Got2Learn: TUYÊN BỐ TỪ CHỐI: Got2Learn KHÔNG chịu trách nhiệm về bất kỳ thiệt hại nào xảy ra đối với tài sản mà hệ thống ống nước không được thực hiện bởi một chuyên gia, tôi không khuyên bạn nên tự sửa ống nước nếu bạn không chắc chắn về những gì bạn đang làm làm, luôn thuê một nhà thầu ĐƯỢC PHÉP khi thực hiện bất kỳ loại hệ thống ống nước nào để bạn có thể được bảo hiểm nếu có điều gì đó xảy ra, những video này chỉ dành cho mục đích giải trí! .

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  1. I have an older home. The fridge is on the opposite side of the sink. It’s in front of a wall that is not near anything else. I also have cathedral ceiling. Any suggestions? It’s a one story to.

  2. You forgot to list sweat-on ball valve you used in the description. It would be really helpful if you could add which one it is.

    I find the hardest part of plumbing is knowing which parts to buy and where…

  3. Thank you for the DIY know-how. I have had to fix my mother in law's home, which used a saddle valve that leaked all over. I am glad that someone is showing people how to do things the right way.
    Edit: very funny how you probouce the "L" in solder. Personally I say it like "sawder".

  4. I knew how to do this in theory, but wanted to come to an expert to make sure I wasn't missing anything. Like always, your videos are super clear. Nobody explains plumbing better than you.

  5. I should have watched this before I went to lowes , now I have a saddle valve and I'm about to slap that bad boy on there and hope for the best

  6. One thing to consider when deciding between plastic, copper and braided stainless. What kind of floor do you have. These Pergo style floors don't do well with water. Had someone ruin half her kitchen floor when the 6 year old line decided to leak. Also these braided lines only have 10 year or less life expectancy. Today I'm repairing a line that has copper, the leak is at the plastic connection on the fridge side.
    One other little known fact about copper, it kills bacteria.
    This home has hardwood floors. A little damage from warping under the fridge but not anything that needs to be repaired.

  7. Did you hear about the Apprentice plumber who had a hard time learning how to Solder? He didn't give up. He continued to Solder on. This was an excellent video too!

  8. This video should required watching for anyone doing a how to video, excellent explanations of all the little things that can trip you up on what looks like a simple install.
    Only question I still have is “how DO you cut plastic tubing to get a perfectly square end so push fittings don’t leak?”

  9. I'm installing an new ice-maker to an inline filter (Lasco 37-1833) before going to the water supply. The ice maker has a 1/4" white pvc tube, and to the filter is 1/4" Compression braided steel tubing. So instead of the push-fitting, I'd prefer to use the compression fitting (brass sleeve in the tube, with the PLASTIC ferrule/olive).. but not sure how to connect the water supply side.

    The water source needs to come from a brass washing machine shut-off valve (Male 1" OD , 3/4" ID). How can I connect a splitter just on the Cold side so that I can still connect the washing machine female braided steel tube , and the other to the Ice-Maker Filter (Female 1/4" braided steel). I can't find a Tee that has a 3/4" female inlet to 3/4" male and 1/4" male!

  10. In case you want to shut off the water to the fridge but don’t know where in the main water supply is coming from what can you do? Can you install a shut off valve to the connection behind the fridge ?

  11. Could you please clear something up? In your video it says that the OD of the pex that you use is 1/4" but the amazon description in your link, as well as pex's web site says that it's 1/4" ID and 3/8" OD. The LG refrigerator that I ordered states that it takes a 1/4" OD water line to connect to the fridge. If the fridge will accept 1/4 or 3/8 then that would make things a lot easier. Any insight?

  12. Great explanation. I'd recommend braided over simply unbraided PVC. We had a small leak after years of use in the middle of the plastic PVC not at one of the fittings. No known reason.

  13. I plan to remove my old saddle valve and use a shark bite Tee with 1/4” like in the video. My question, do I reuse the Ferrel/coupler already on the 1/4” hose to the shark bite fitting, or do I need to install a new one? If I need a new one, should the 1/4” be cut off behind the old Ferrel/coupler or can it be removed after already being compressed?

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