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Watts 3/4 in. x 3/4 in. x 72 in. Stainless Steel Washing Machine Connectors (2-Pack)
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Watts

3/4 in. x 3/4 in. x 72 in. Stainless Steel Washing Machine Connectors (2-Pack)

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The patented design of this connector protects against catastrophic water damage caused by burst, broken or ruptured water supply hoses and fittings. It automatically shuts off the water supply to plumbing fixtures/appliances if excess water flow is sensed, and will remain in the closed position until it is reset. The shutoff valve is located on the inlet end of the supply line, and there are no mechanical moving parts which mean no power required for installation.

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  • Braided stainless steel for strength and flexibility
  • For use in residential and commercial applications
  • Does not require tube cutting or soldering during installation
  • Maximum working pressure is 125 psi
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Since most customer complaints are about the built-in check valve, can the valves be removed/disabled?

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January 5, 2016
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Yes - Bought a replacement hose without this shut off which I installed. But thought I would just see if I could remove the check valve. Much to my surprise you can unscrew the end with the shut off fitting and inside is a plastic and rubber valve that is then easily removed. You will need couple of strong wrenches or a bench vise to do this but it is doable. Can then re-screw the fitting back on using Read More
Yes - Bought a replacement hose without this shut off which I installed. But thought I would just see if I could remove the check valve. Much to my surprise you can unscrew the end with the shut off fitting and inside is a plastic and rubber valve that is then easily removed. You will need couple of strong wrenches or a bench vise to do this but it is doable. Can then re-screw the fitting back on using teflon or other sealant. You now have hoses that can be reinstalled. Since I already bought and installed new ones without the check valve decided not to reuse the old hoses even though they look fine. Read Less
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December 29, 2015
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you could probably drill out the valve but considering the price of a new hose why bother. And you'd have to have some good tools/drill. a vise and bits to do so. Do not recommend you do this.
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December 29, 2015
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You could but then you are paying extra money for a hose that your really don't need. Just buy the normal steel braided hose.
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NO.
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doesn't seem like it
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January 7, 2015
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I wouldn't try to remove it - that 'feature' is #one of the reasons# why it's as expensive as it is.
There are other lower priced items that are 100% stainless and will serve the same purpose - other than not allowing water to flow at a rate higher than it expects...
Go with a lower priced item - this one will just make you pull your hair out...
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can this be ordered with 4/ 90de-gree angle ends

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two hoses with angled ends (4)
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Madison, WI
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January 11, 2016
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You don't want to use these. They are a problem both in quality and function. Do yourself a favor and just buy a 90 degree end flex hose.
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you might want to check the Eastman site for hoses and see if you can find one there. I looked and didn't see any prior to purchasing a replacement for this lousy hose. There are several sources for just the 90 degree fitting that would achieve the same thing if you can't find one with the fitting on both ends.
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Not to my knowledge, the 90 degree ends are on the washer end. but these don't work anyway so don't waste your money.
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It comes with a 90 at the ends that connect to the washer. The supply side isn't angled.
They sell ($4.95) 90's that you can add but to answer your question, No, just one side is 90'd..
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July 22, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Because this item is available in Home Depot stores, I believe the best advice would be to talk to one of our many specialty department professionals at your local Home Depot store. For any other questions, please visit your nearest local Home Depot store or call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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Rated 1.4 out of 5 by 58 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I would return if you made a mistake in purchase I am writing this review, two years after purchase of hoses....... 08/25/2016, I thought my washer had gone out and I was prepared to purchase a new washer. I paid the same price of $28 for these hoses two years ago. I just picked up the first set of hoses that I saw. Due to I had problems with one hose in 2014. I checked the hoses first. No water was passing through the hose from the faucet to the bucket. I turned the water off. I removed the hose. I could back blow air through. So, I put the hose back together with the washer and turned the water on and again, no water would enter the washer. I swapped the cold water hose, with the hot water hose and washer was up and running again. Two years ago, I drilled out the anti flood/cut off valve in the one hose, due to the same problem.. I don't usually use hot water, so I took the hose I drilled out then and put it on the cold water side now. The hoses will probably last a life time, but don't buy the anti flood hoses. August 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by you will regret it if you buy these you will regret it if you buy these, I have many times had to unlock them from their shutoff state. this requires turning off the water and removing the hose at the valve end. today I am replacing these hoses with normal ones. you have been warned. August 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Too sensitive to normal pressure changes. Good in theory but the device is way, way too sensitive to be of any real added value. The hoses constantly required resetting which entails removing them from the washing machine hose bibs. Very aggravating to say the least. You're better off investing in a good shutoff switch valve for the washing machine water supplies. August 7, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by buyer beware My new samsung washer requires that any floodsafe valve must be removed from the water supply lines. There are no instructions from this hose manufacturer on how to remove the floodsafe valve. So this product doesn't work with samsung washer. I tried to use it anyway and it blocks water flow to the washer, so back it goes to Home Depot. Defective design, I.M.H.O. The packaging of this product should be changed to warn customers that it only works on select washers. March 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Total disapoointment Just installed these. No hot water flow and reduced cold water flow. Back they go. Replaced similar hose without hose break protection. They were fine. March 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Painless Replaced hoses for preventive maintenance. Easy install February 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Too sensitive Every time the machine turns on, the auto shut off activates thus eliminating it's usefulness. Nice hoses, but does not work well. January 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Total Waste of Money Purchased these thinking the higher price would provide higher quality. Couldn't have been more wrong. SS hoses are very good idea but these hoses have a "safety" shut off that is to prevent flooding in the even the hoses burst or the valve in the washing machine breaks. The problem is this stupid design shuts off the water supply needlessly. And when it does if you're lucky your washing machine will shut off and not be damaged. In my case my washing machine just stopped working. The reason for the shut down was I was on vacation for a week and shut off the house water while I was gone. When this happens I get air in my lines when the pressure drops and when water turned back on the air is pushed out. This results in the shut off of these supply hoses and I have to disconnect them and drain the lines several times before they work again. December 29, 2015
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