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Old 01-01-2016, 06:51 PM   #1
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So I am in the midst of installing the water line to the fridge. I already have a tee into the copper 1/2 line with a 1/2 ball valve installed. Is there any fitting/connection/reducer that will get the copper 1/2 out of the ball valve reduced to the 1/4 copper line? I know that there are other valves with 1/4 outputs but I already had the 1/2 ball valve so figured I'd use it .
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That's exactly what I'm looking for. So it just threads on with some Teflon tape?
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get a stainless steel flex line.
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That's exactly what I'm looking for. So it just threads on with some Teflon tape?
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If you have an IPS ball valve then yes. If you have a sweat ball valve, they make compression x sweat version of that fitting. You're going to have to make at least one solder connection if it's a sweat valve with nothing soldered into the downstream end.
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