Replace Toilet Supply Line
Use the clean rag to wipe down the threads of each connector.
Replace toilet supply line. Take your wrench and loosen the hex nuts that connect the supply line to both. You may choose to do this at the same time you replace the washers. Turn the water supply valve to the right until it s finger tight then.
Use a wrench to loosen the supply line nut connecting to the supply valve. This video shows how to replace old bathroom water supply lines. Locate the shutoff valve for the water supply line.
Once they are loosened you can pull the line away from the toilet. Continue turning the valve until the water supply to your toilet stops flowing. Place a small bucket behind the toilet where the supply line is to catch any water that may be stuck in the line.
Loosen and remove the old supply line. If you have gone through these steps and still have a leak you will need to buy a new line. Turn the valve clockwise to tighten it.
Then do the same to the nut connecting to the toilet s fill valve. Use the adjustable wrench and unscrew the nuts on both ends of the supply line. Replace the toilet water supply line and check for leaks.
Put the new supply line into. Step 1 turn off the water supply to the toilet. Usually it is located directly beneath the tank of your toilet and close to the floor.
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