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Old 11-16-2009, 03:12 PM  
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Default 5/16" unions

Hey there!!

1st.. I am a handyman, have been for the last 35 years...

So... the water cooler (snake shaped plastic container in fridge compartment) has developed a hairline crack. That's not the problem though, I've repaired that, BUT the lines that I cut to remove it are 5/16" lines and I can find no where to find connectors to re-attach the lines. It's easy to fine 1/4" or 3/8" but can find nowhere for the 5/16". They are poly lines and I was hoping to find the "push-in" connectors, but anything that will work is fine.

Any contacts Guys???

The peoplethat design these appliances really suck when they do this.
I could go on but I will spare you!


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Plastic connector for 5/16" plastic water line

These should help.

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