Flex hose or water-supply lines that are flexible consist of rubber hoses coated using a plastic or steel braid. Flex hoses have screw-on connections that effortlessly install to present threaded stop-valves that link to the sink faucet as well as your house’s plumbing. The hex nut on the conclusion of the flex hose removes the need to install compression fittings that pierce through copper pipes to faucet supply lines and pipelines.
Turn off the primary water-supply.
Wrap Teflon plumber’s tape across the ends of the threaded as well as the supply lines ends of the shutoff valves.
Screw the nut end-of one flex hose onto the end of every faucet supply-line.
The nut ends of the flex hoses. In the event the flex hose has compression fittings, it’s going to have a nut behind it as well as a big nut on the finish. Hold the little nut in place and change the big nut on the finish with a different wrench to to install it to the supply-line.
Screw the nut conclusion of the flex hose onto its shutoff valve. Attach the flex hose attached to to the faucet supply-line that is left to the warm water shutoff valve. Tighten the nuts using an adjustable wrench till they then give them another quarter and will budge turn to ensure a watertight seal.
Attach the flex hose attached to to the cold-water shutoff valve to the correct faucet supply-line. Tighten the nuts using an adjustable wrench till they then give them another quarter and will budge turn to ensure a watertight seal.
Turn on the water-supply. Check the hose connections. By turning the nut tighten any relationship that is leaking 1 / 4 turn using a wrench.