- 1 What size water supply line do I need for toilet?
- 2 Are toilet water supply lines Universal?
- 3 Can a toilet supply line be too long?
- 4 What is a toilet supply line?
- 5 Are toilet and sink supply lines the same?
- 6 How long do toilet water supply lines last?
- 7 Why is my toilet supply line leaking?
- 8 Can you bend braided supply lines?
- 9 Can you loop water supply line?
- 10 Do you need Teflon tape on toilet supply line?
What size water supply line do I need for toilet?
Toilet water supply line come in three styles. Most of the time, you have a 3/8″ fitting at the shut off valve and a 7/8″ fitting at the toilet tank.
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.
Can a toilet supply line be too long?
Ignore the Length The length of the flex line is immaterial. When the shutoff valve on the water pipe is opened to allow water into the line, the water builds up pressure in the flex line regardless of the length. The hot water may be delayed for one or two seconds, but the water pressure will be unaffected.
What is a toilet supply line?
Toilet water supply lines carry water from a nearby cold-water supply line to your toilet tank to enable it to flush. Step 1: Measure the distance between your water supply valve (on the wall or floor beneath the toilet) and the point where the line connects to the toilet tank.
Are toilet and sink supply lines the same?
A faucet supply line connects the valve’s discharge port to the faucet intake port. A toilet connects to the angle stop valve with a 3/8-inch compression fitting, and the toilet’s fill valve accepts a 7/8-inch threaded nut.
How long do toilet water 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.
Why is my toilet supply line leaking?
A leak can also be because of worn out washers and/or threads. Turn off the water at the shut off valve and remove the hose. Remember, there will be water in the hose so have something like a small Tupperware or bucket to catch it.
Can you bend braided supply lines?
A slight bend in a flex hose is OK. I’ve had to do it many times. The thing to watch out for is twisting of the flex hose while tightening.
Can you loop water supply line?
Although these copper supply tubes are somewhat flexible, they can’t be looped or twisted around if they’re too long for your supply setup. You need to cut them to length to fit into the open end of the shut-off valve. You can take the excess length and simply put a loop in it and then connect it to the shut-off valve.
Do you need Teflon tape on toilet supply line?
No tape needed. The seal is either from the compression sleeve, which you would have with solid risers. or at the bottom of the supply line, it will have a shaped end that snugs into the socket of the fill valve, or most of the time, a flat fiber washer for the seal.