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Old 04-20-2022, 08:53 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by SailinAway View Post
I finally replaced the shutoff valve on the washing machine. However, in so doing I broke the (ancient) connector on one of the hoses. Since the pipes to the washing machine don't have separate shutoffs, I capped off the ends of the Watts shutoff valve so I could turn the house water back on. I bought two new hoses. Should I be able to install these myself? Any problems I need to foresee? Yes, I know you have to get the hot and cold water right.
Are these just standard threaded braided hoses? If so, screw 'em on and get to washin'!

The only thing you might want to do is throw a little Teflon tape on there first.

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