I have a water line in place for the fridge but I want to modify it. It is a 1/4" copper line that runs from under my sink under the floor below the cabinets then to my fridge. I cannot do anything to change it under there.
I have something like 10 feet of copper tubing coiled behind the fridge and I know it is going to get kinked eventually. I would like to cut the copper tubing about two feet up from the floor and attach braided stainless steel from there.
My plan is to use a compression to thread fitting and running the flexible tubing from there. I think I would secure this connection to the wall as well so the copper and the fitting don't move too much when I slide out the fridge for cleaning.
Does anyone see any issues with this plan?