Do you need help with a shut off valve repair in a bathroom?
Get quick tips on removal and replacement.
Full supply list is in description below
-Pasco Compression Sleeve Puller; http://amzn.to/29Kz81G
-AutoCut Pipe Cutter; http://amzn.to/29thK5h
-Ridgid No. 15 Pipe Cutter; http://amzn.to/29thfZ9
-SharkBite Ball Valve; http://amzn.to/29iHqC3
-Compression 1/4 Turn Valve; http://amzn.to/29dKgCe
-SharkBite Depth Tool; http://amzn.to/29naANL
-Channel Locks; http://amzn.to/29KA06h
There’s nothing worse than a leaky or nonworking shut off valve. Especially in the bathroom.
When your toilet starts to overflow you want that shut off to work ASAP.
This video shares how to remove an old shut off, what tool can help with compression fittings and why 1/4 ball valves are the best option for new shut offs.