Model # PL-3021

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null 3/8 in. x 1/4 in. Plastic O.D. x O.D. Coupling
0048643197640

3/8 in. x 1/4 in. Plastic O.D. x O.D. Coupling

$4.93 /each

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This Quick Connect fitting incorporates stainless steel gripping teeth in it's collets. These corrosion resistant teeth allow these fittings to interconnect with multiple materials without the need for special tools or tube inserts. After a joint is made, the tubing can still swivel while connected, even under maximum pressure.

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  • Use with copper, PEX, CPVC and polybutylene tubing
  • No tools necessary for connection
  • Connects in one easy step
  • Strong seal and hold for peace of mind

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Ice maker hookup

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Will this work on my Samsung refrigerator's 1/4" tubing from a 3/8" poly tube supple line?
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Assuming the dimensions you've provided are OD (Outside Diameter), then yes, this will be compatible with your refrigerator.
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RE Watts Plastic od coupling-How do I remove one that is installed?

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To disconnect, ensure system has been depressurized before removing fitting. Gently pry off collet cover and push back away from fitting, exposing the collet. Push the collet in squarely against the face of the fitting. With the collet held securely in this position, the tubing can be removed. If you have any other questions or concerns, you can contact our Watts Technical Service team at 978-689-6066. Read More
To disconnect, ensure system has been depressurized before removing fitting. Gently pry off collet cover and push back away from fitting, exposing the collet. Push the collet in squarely against the face of the fitting. With the collet held securely in this position, the tubing can be removed. If you have any other questions or concerns, you can contact our Watts Technical Service team at 978-689-6066. Thank you. Read Less
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