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My laundry tub has been leaking for weeks...sometimes at 3 gallons a day. I bought a new faucet to install but these co

how do I remove these connectors

  • Hello, and welcome to Home Improvement. You got cut off while typing your question; would you edit it to finish it and make it clearer? Thanks. – Daniel Griscom Apr 27 '19 at 19:18
  • For your faucet you need to buy the co - - - - ? Please we are waiting with baited breath. Well to be fare we already had baited breath. – Alaska Man Apr 27 '19 at 20:13
  • Not entirely sure how fishing is done up in AK, but down here we usually just have bated breath and save the bait for the boat. :P Voting to close as unclear/incomplete. – isherwood 2 days ago
  • @isherwood I knew there was a reason i was not catching anything. I seem to not be the only one. phrases.org.uk/meanings/bated-breath.html – Alaska Man 2 days ago
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Well, while we wait for the question to be completed... those things pictured are plumbing tees on your water lines, presumably in your basement. The technology is this "new" plastic called PEX.

But that is all besides the point - Normally your supply lines run up into your cabinet and to a local shutoff valve. The sink faucet normally connects to the shutoff valve. If your laundry sink is in the open, then you should trace the line to the faucet. Looking for some valve. If you don't find one, curse at the plumber, and plan on cutting one into this line close to the sink, after you shutoff your main.

Plumbers that do PEX often have specialized tools which are more that homeowners want to invest in. Ask at the store for simpler connectors.

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