- 1 How do you remove a stuck water supply coupling nut?
- 2 Are toilet water supply lines Universal?
- 3 How long do toilet supply lines last?
- 4 How do you unscrew a plastic nut that won’t budge?
- 5 Where does hose go in toilet?
- 6 How do you replace a toilet water shut off valve?
- 7 Can you spray wd40 on water shut off valve?
- 8 How tight should water supply lines be?
How do you remove a stuck water supply coupling nut?
Locate the coupling nut on the underside of the toilet tank. Empty the bucket and place it underneath the water supply line. Use a pair of pliers to just loosen the coupling nut. Then finish loosening the nut with your fingers.
Are toilet water supply lines Universal?
Built to last this universal design fits all common toilets and valves. Size adapters are included with this supply line that fits 3/8 in. Replacing old, or leaking toilet connectors is easy with Fluidmaster’s universal toilet supply lines.
How long do toilet supply lines last?
A good rule of thumb for replacing supply pipes is: Brass pipes: 80-100 years. Copper pipes: 70-80 years. Galvanized steel pipes: 80-100 years.
How do you unscrew a plastic nut that won’t budge?
Whether you use a basin wrench or a hammer and screwdriver, the nut is easier to loosen if you heat it with a hairdryer. The heat should soften the plastic and make the nut pliable enough to break free. It also helps to spray some calcium dissolver on the nut and wait several minutes before tapping or twisting.
Where does hose go in toilet?
The Overflow Tube empties directly into the toilet bowl. This water raises the water level in (refills) the bowl. If it weren’t for the Refill Tube there would be only a small amount of water in the bottom of the bowl. The Refill Tube must be located above the Overflow Tube.
How do you replace a toilet water shut off valve?
How to Replace a Toilet Shut-Off Valve
- STEP 1: Cut the water supply.
- STEP 2: Drain the water lines.
- STEP 3: Disconnect the supply line.
- STEP 4: Remove the old toilet shut-off valve.
- STEP 5: Install the new shut-off valve.
- STEP 6: Attach the toilet supply line.
- STEP 7: Turn on the water.
Can you spray wd40 on water shut off valve?
Stuck valve: If you simply can’t turn the valve, which happens often with fixture shut-offs and old-fashioned main shut-offs, you may need to spray the valve with WD-40 and give it time to lubricate before trying again.
How tight should water supply lines be?
Hand Tight is Right. In fact, pipes should only be hand tight to help aid the flow of water throughout your home. The unique construction and configuration of pipes means they are made to be tightened just enough; making them super tight can actually prevent water from flowing properly.