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SharkBite

Model 23036-0000LF

Internet #202270612

Store SKU #745645

Store SO SKU #1000316721

1/2 in. Chrome-Plated Brass Push-to-Connect x 3/8 in. O.D. Compression Quarter-Turn Angle Stop Valve

$9.72 /each
  • Push-to-Connect Design makes for quick & easy install
  • Fastest way to install a shut-off valve for Supply Lines
  • Connects to Copper, PEX, CPVC or PE-RT Pipe

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The SharkBite 1/2 in. Push-Fit x 3/8 in. O.D. Compression Angle Stop Quarter Turn Valve controls water flow to household plumbing fixtures. The Angle Stop Valve is used where the water pipe enters the room to allow for easy shut-off of water flow to the end fixture allowing for maintenance and repair without having to turn water off to the entire home. The SharkBite push-fit end allows you to simply push on to Copper, CPVC or PEX with no solder, clamps, unions or glue. Just insert the pipe and the stainless steel teeth bite down and grip tight, while a specially formulated O-ring compresses to create a perfect seal. Dis-assembly is just as fast using the simple disconnect tool so fittings and valves can be easily changed and reused. They can even be rotated after assembly for easier installation in tight spaces.

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  • Lead free chrome-plated DZR brass construction for durability and reliability
  • Use to connect to any combination of copper, PEX, CPVC or PE-RT pipes
  • Innovative push-to-connect design makes for quick and easy installation
  • Push-to-connect fittings require no solder, glue, unions, or tools
  • Fitting can be rotated on pipe after installation making it easier to work in tight spaces
  • Designed for easy-shut off at end fixtures
  • Corrosion resistant to improve longevity
  • Listed by IAPMO and design certified and listed to ASSE 1061/NSF 61
  • Meets all UPC, IPC and cUPC requirements
  • Demount clip allows user to release the fitting from the pipe for convenient installation flexibility (sold separately)
  • Rated to 200°F and 200 psi

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Angle of the Handle before installation

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July 30, 2015
Hi I might have a stupid question, but before this valve was installed at what angle was the handle? Was it like the display picture, or was it angled 90 degrees to the right? Because mines is angled to the right at the moment, and I haven't installed it yet, but based on the pictures I'm seeing online I'm not sure if I have a defective valve.

The instructions in the box show the valve at a 90 degree angle however, which is causing some confusion to me. And I can't turn the handle at the moment (it hasn't been installed yet), so I'm also wondering if thats normal. Any help would be appreciated
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November 11, 2015
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The Valve I received has the shutoff handle pointing vertically upward which is the "OPEN" position.
One quarter turn to the right (clockwise) will be the "CLOSED" position. The installation diagram on the back of the box does show the handle at 90 deg which is the closed position.
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September 1, 2015
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The pointed part of the tear drop handle should be at 90 deg from 1/2" supply for off, pointing in line with 1/2" supply for on. Mine were 1/4 turn shutoffs so don't expect it to rotate more than that in either direction. When I installed on PEX, the whole valve rotated 360 deg on 1/2 supply making it easy to align with the 3/8" supply. I would assume the same on copper.
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August 3, 2015
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If the handle on the valve is positioned like the picture, the ball valve is open. If it is positioned to the right, the valve is closed. It is normal for the valve to be difficult to turn the first time. Because this valve is offered in both angle and straight, the instruction sheet shows a picture of the angle stop. The lubricant on the valve is added in after the valve is assembled. Give the handle a Read More
If the handle on the valve is positioned like the picture, the ball valve is open. If it is positioned to the right, the valve is closed. It is normal for the valve to be difficult to turn the first time. Because this valve is offered in both angle and straight, the instruction sheet shows a picture of the angle stop. The lubricant on the valve is added in after the valve is assembled. Give the handle a few turns back and forth before installing and you should have no further issues turning the handle. Read Less
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Can this valve be pushed over or on to existing compression thread?

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November 26, 2015
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Don't know exactly what you mean by existing, but if it's a CPVC pipe then the answer would be no. The pipe has to be smooth.
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November 2, 2015
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Hi Bee,
No, this valve should be installed on a smooth surface. This valve can be installed on PEX, Copper, or CPVC.
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Can this be used with higher pressure lines like an inlet hot water line to a sink

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November 26, 2015
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I replaced all the valves for the lines in the bathroom sink hot and cold with these, no leaks
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January 20, 2015
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This valve is certified to 200 psi
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Can I use this on polybutylene?

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This angle stop valve is designed for use with COPPER, PEX, and CPVC.
Polybutelene is NOT listed in the instructions nor the box.
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No, unfortunately the SharkBite side of this valve is only certified for use with Copper, CPVC, or PEX.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 31 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by compression angle valve Good manufacturer and great product. The guys had no issues installing. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Angle Stop Valve! I bought 3 Sharkbite Angle Stop Valves to replace the old plastic wheel valves at my toilets after one old plastic wheel valve started leaking. They worked so good I bought 2 more and replaced the shut off valves under my kitchen faucet. There have been no leaks and that was a year ago. I highly recommend them! The hardest part was using a combination of the hacksaw and dremel tool to carefully remove the old copper ferrel. I also found I needed to remove just a small section of the tip of the PEX Pipe so I could get a good seal with the valve. Remember to push firmly when placing the Sharkbite valve on to seat it good. August 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Painless Install After years of dealing with soldering or CPVC glue someone came up with a product that actually works great, looks great, and is easy to install. This was the most painless plumbing I have ever had to do; plug and play! I replaced four valves for the bathroom vanity aboyt four months ago and thet are still working great. Would definitely recommend sharkbite for anything now! November 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SharkBite compression valves save you some serious time! Remember the last time you used a compression valve? Now subtract 90% of that time and you have the SharkBite fitting. I was skeptical so, I only bought two to replace two toilet values since I wanted to go to stainless braided lines and the old ones were a all in one unit with value and hose together. I cut the old plastic valves off with a dremel and then used emery cloth to clean up the copper pipes well and when it came time to put the fitting on, I just pushed it on in a firm and continuous manner until it stopped. I tugged on it to be sure it was on there and had my son watch it with phone in hand as I turned the water back on and no drips, leaks or fuss. I have since bought several more and plan to replace all of my old valves, a few each month. I highly recommend these valves. April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best for NON Plumbers I have now used Sharkbites a half dozen times for several different projects. My original purchase was almost 3 years ago for toilet shut off. No leaks, nothing and valve turns smooth still. April 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Shark is the best One push is all it takes to reclaim that faucet. Great product. April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked perfectly for my bathroom sink Easy to just push on and durable enough to last the rest of my life! April 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy and it works! These little goodies make replacing water connections to sinks and toilets as easy as child's play. the only other things you need for a successful install are emery paper and an inexpensive pipe cutter. As some of the parts are plastic, I don't know how long they'll last, but the ones I put in several years ago are still just fine. I have a sneaking suspicion that the actual valve will corrode before the plastic gives out (if ever). I guess the best part is - THEY WORK! It takes perhaps 20 minutes or less to install one of these and because it's so easy, a non-plumber like me can save a lot of money! The one little downside is the pictorial instructions on the box are poor. However, all you need to do is pop on the internet, query how to install them and bingo! you're in business - easy-peasy February 17, 2016
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