March 27, 2017
April 10, 2017
Is it broken or leaking? Would you like to DIY the supply line?
A hole in the line or worn out threads in the connection could be the reason for the leak.
The easiest way to fix this problem is to replace the whole thing. I guess you have chosen the easiest and wisest way 🙂
I often try to DIY the supply line by finding the leak, tightening the fitting, checking the washers, and finally putting the plumber’s tape.
If replacing the washer doesn’t work, you may have to put plumbers tape on the fittings, connecting to your toilet and the water supply.
Replace the toilet water supply line and check for leaks. You may choose to do this at the same time you replace the washers. Regarding the parts check with some local store. Online you might come across many sites where you will get every information about the brands and their pricing else approach or seek expert advice from toilet repair services toronto.
January 1, 2020
It’s not possible to DIY the supply line because i also have the same issue and i called an expert who offers emergency plumbing services. He helped me out in repairing the broken hose.
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