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Old 04-07-2012, 09:51 AM   #1
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Need to replace supply line


How would you go about replacing one of these types of supply lines. The line itself has a hole in the hose.
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Unscrew it and replace it. Any Lowes, Home Depot has them.
Make sure to measure the length of it first they come at least 3 differant length.
Make sure you buy the one for a sink, I believe it says basin on the lable.
You may need a basin wrench to get it off the sink.


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It didn't look like it unscrewed, that's why I was asking...
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Need to replace supply line


It doesn't look like it unscrews to me either. Shut off the water to the house, remove the angle stop and replace it with the appropriate variety most likely 1/2" FIP or compression by 3/8 compression and get a matching supply to go with it.


I've seen some of those stops with built in supplies. Some are very old, and some are new varieties. I think to myself, why are they still making those darn things?
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