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null Ice Maker Kit with Floor Adapter

Ice Maker Kit with Floor Adapter

  • Complete , easy to follow instructions included
  • Complies with all US Lead Free regulations for drinking water
  • Complies with all US Lead Free regulations for drinking water
$1036 /each
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Product Overview

This complete icemaker kit comes with everything you need to make the installation job a breeze. It features durable polyethylene tubing, and a self-tapping saddle valve. The compression fittings are universal and have a captive sleeve for lasting, leak-free service.

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  • Sturdy, solid brass fittings and saddle valve ensures a quality, long lasting product for your project
  • 25 ft. of polyethylene tubing makes it easy to reach water supply
  • 1/4 in. compression fittings included for quick installation
  • Easy to install

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Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
NSF Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Watts (the "Company") warrants each product to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal usage for a period of one year from the date of original shipment.

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Customer Questions & Answers

what else will i need to hook this kit up to my water line ubder the sink

i have my holes drilled in floor and know where i'm running my lines but need to know if i'll need anything special to hook it to my water line under my sink
Asked by: bray
As long as the undressing line isn't flex line, this should be all you need
Answered by: Amishjeff
Date published: 2015-09-20

Can I connect the saddle valve to a 1 inch brass tube?

Seems like this kit works well with 1/4" brass tube. Is the 1" tube much thicker than the 1/4" tube? Can the saddle valve puncture through the 1" brass tube?
Asked by: Jerry
It is possible to attach to brass line but you will probably have to drill a 1/4" hole first though
Answered by: Amishjeff
Date published: 2015-09-20

how does plastic tube connect to saddle valve? Details,please.

Asked by: jojo
There is a nut/ferrule assembly that allows you to connect water line to valve. Usually supplied with kits.
Answered by: Amishjeff
Date published: 2015-09-20

What water line material is the saddle valve made for?

I have a 25 year old house. The water lines aren't copper or pvc. The material looks like gray heavy duty water hose material. In the past when I've had to make a change, I've had to cut in copper or pvc. Would the saddle valve work with my water lines or would I have to cut in 1/2 in. copper?
Asked by: itmservnet
Sounds like you have cpvc and yes it will work with a saddle valve. Good luck.
Answered by: Amishjeff
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

Ice Maker Kit with Floor Adapter is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 37.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from No problems at all -- if you pay attention I think the problem previous reviewers had with this kit is that since it's meant to be a "universal" installation kit it comes with more fittings than needed. There's a regular threaded fitting as well as a compression fitting, and unfortunately they look pretty much the same. If you use the wrong one, boom, you get a tube that won't stay in. I made sure to use the right one and didn't have a single drip. My kids are mad I didn't hook this up five years ago they've used more ice in the last week than they have in their entire lives.
Date published: 2013-06-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from PUSH the brass fittings into the line and then tighten everything together I read a lot of the reviews on here giving this kit a negative review. True the instructions are rubbish but with some effort you can get this kit to work really well. First the brass fittings that go into the kit when you push them into the tube, you have to really jam them into the tube. the point of them is to flair the end of the tube out to create the pressure fitting. Without the tube flaring there is no pressure fitting. I used a phillips screw driver to wedge them further into the tube. After you wedge the bras flair adapters into the tube you really have to tighten the heck out of the fittings. IF you don't tighten them down really well, the pressure fitting isn't created and you end up with leaks. So to get this kit to work you must: first - wedge or jam the pressure fitting adapters into the tube, a tool is helpful to do this. secondly you must tighten the fittings very tight and you must use a wrench to do this. finger or hand tight is NOT enough. I have this attached to my fridge and it is leak free. Works great if you push those adapters into the tube further than you can with your fingers.
Date published: 2013-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 2 months - it still works fine I had not problems installing it. I do not know why some complain about it. It takes a few minutes to finish the project. Water does not smell bad as someone pointed out. Make sure the needle goes through the pipe deep enough. Otherwise you have slow water flow. After I installed it I flushed the line with about 5 gallons of water. Doing so ensured me it was clean (no clogs in the fridge) and water flow was fast enough (pressure wise). Also, it checks for leaks. Keep in mind the line is made of plastic, so be careful when tightening the ferrules. And as I mentioned - it has been installed for 2 months and no leaks whatsoever.
Date published: 2014-01-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product, Great price Finally got a refrigerator with an ice maker so I needed to run a water line. Read some reviews and was skeptical at first but for the price I said "What the heck" I'll try it. Product works great. The supplied compression parts and the saddle valve all worked fine. You must read the instructions though. I even had to instruct the delivery/setup workers on how to hook it up. They were going to use a plastic compression ring which isn't necessary. Put the proper compression nut on the supply line (make a clean cut first so it is even) then insert the metal tube in the supply line a tighten to the compression nut to appropriate fixture. Not a leak. Before it was hooked up to the refrigerator, I let the water run in the supply line to clean it. Ice tastes fine.
Date published: 2015-02-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I too have had this pipe FAIL, with DISASTROUS RESULTS. The pipe developed a tiny pin hole just a... I too have had this pipe FAIL, with DISASTROUS RESULTS. The pipe developed a tiny pin hole just above the floor and was leaking water for what may have been weeks before I noticed a dark patch on the carpet in my basement. I looked up and noticed a few wet patches on the ceiling, pressed them and my hand went straight through. I've had to replace apx 8x8ft of sheet rock on the ceiling and the hardwood floor above is also wrecked. Thankfully, as the flooring is under the fridge, it isn't seen, so won't have to meet the additional expense of replacing that. Also, the beams appear to still be in good order, otherwise this could have been a 5 figure repair because of a $10 piece of pipe!
Date published: 2016-12-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Supplied with wrong compression ferrules for plastic The supplied compression fitting have a captive metal ferrule and does not hold the tubing. I will have to go back and get the correct compression parts with a plastic ferrule. I see some people have been able to make this work but most have not. The only part of the compression ferrule that gets compressed is the end where the flare of the insert is but it does not compress around the tubing.
Date published: 2015-01-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Decent The length of the tubing is what sold me on this kit. The designers of my kitchen put the sink across the kitchen from the fridge nook, and the water lines for the sink and fridge are under the sink, so I needed to run line all around the room. The length was perfect, and it was easy to install. The tubing itself is decent quality, but there seems to be an issue with the connectors and not really holding the tubing well. The tubing fits over the connectors, but doesn't secure itself in any way. I am still working on a way to better secure this, but might just get some little clamps. Overall, decent, but not a single solution.
Date published: 2015-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy install This kit was really easy to install. The only issues I had came down to me not tightening the connections well enough. After you have your fittings connected, tug on the 1/4 inch tubing. If it slides out then try re-seating the connection again. Finger tight is not enough. I had to use two wrenches to properly tighten everything.
Date published: 2014-06-30
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