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Running a Water Line to Refrigerator - Plumbing Q & A

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Apr 5, 2013 6:23:00 AM

Running a Water Line to Refrigerator

Plumbing Q & A - Ask the Plumber

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Question-
 "I would like to run a new water line to my refrigerator. My fridge sits next to my water heater tank. I DO NOT WANT TO USE A SADDLE VALVE. Would it be OK to attach a compression T valve, 3/4x3/4x1/4 inch, to the cold water intake, just after the gate valve?"

Answer- In our opinion, yes you can do this. 
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