Why is my new toilet supply line leaking?
If the line continues to leak, you may need to replace a washer in the nut. The supply line nut: The supply line itself also has a nut that attaches to the valve. Try tightening this nut with your hand, then carefully tighten it a little more with a wrench. These nuts are sometimes easily damaged, so be careful.
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 do you fix a leaking pipe without turning off water?
Blue Monster® Compression Seal Tape stops problem leaks while under pressure – without turning off the water source! Developed for professional plumbing contractors, Blue Monster Compression Seal Tape is ideal for crisis and long- term applications.
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 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 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.