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Old 06-05-2017, 11:44 AM   #1
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Hot water supply from Laundry room sink to garden hose


I am trying to hook up a hot water supply from the laundry room sink to an outdoor kids pool. i am thinking i can tap into the hot water supply to the laundry sink.

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I was thinking if I can get a valve that I can plug in between the hot water supply to the sink which has 2 outlets. One that goes to the sink and other one with a valve that i can connect to a garden hose. Does anyone know if such a valve exists?

i drew a picture of what i need. Any help is appreciated.
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Google is your friend.

If you install a Tee, you can install two individual valves.
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There are plenty of stop valves that are what you are looking for....but they are a 3/8 output...... and I suspect you want a 1/2 feed.... so as Pugsy says.... just put in a 1/2 tee before your sink stop.

(Maybe on the internet you can find a T stop with 1/2 and 3/8 outputs. Doubt that the Big Boxers will carry)
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Thanks for you input. I think I can find what i need online.
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Why not add a splitter to the hot supply line for the washing machine?
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Melnor-2-...9000/100178887
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Why not add a splitter to the hot supply line for the washing machine?
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Melnor-2-...9000/100178887
This won't work for me since the supply line is not easly accessible to me to be able to turn on/off (it's in a tight space behind the washer/dryer).........but thanks for your suggestion
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FYI- Without installing a vacuum breaker, what you are attempting to do is not allowed per plumbing codes. It's known as a cross connection. This means contaminants can enter your water system as well as your public system.
Your existing hose bib should have a vacuum breaker already installed. That is where you should fill your pool from. Then use a pool heater to heat the pool water.
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http://www.homedepot.com/p/DANCO-55-...0512/204321953

This should fit your spout. You can then connect your hose to the spout. Whether you use hot, cold or warm water is up to you.
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