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I need to buy a 90 push in that has male NPT that matches this below hose end. I am not sure what to buy and if the 23-9/16" means 23" long hose and 9/16"ID for the compression fitting What 90 push in fitting that works with this should I buy?

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Update: This is a follow up or a sequel of this thread Would a 1/2x3/8 Dishwasher Tube to Pipe Elbow, 90 take a 3/8 flex connect for a shower pannel? where I was told not to use the fitting I was asking about because it is for a dishwashere and it will reduce the volume. So now I am trying to find the right 90 that would be push in on one end and it will take the above compression hose

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  • What type of appliance is this, and can you post a picture of the hose end fitting with something in the pic for size reference. P.S.- in the U.S., "9/16" is not a thing as it regards plumbing fittings/sizes. – Jimmy Fix-it May 9 at 14:51
  • see the update please, click on the link for detailed pictures – MiniMe May 9 at 15:28
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23-9/16" means 23 tpi and 9/16" in diameter - tpi is threads per inch.

Standard sizes so any decent hardware / plumbing store can help.

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  • We are in lock down in Toronto -no decent store available to go to, I need to order online – MiniMe May 9 at 5:46
  • For a better description of what you are looking for would be to tell us what that hose assembly is being used on. It looks like a hose set for a washing machine. – d.george May 9 at 10:49
  • @d.george sorry I don't know exactly what those pipes are being used on, possibly a washing machine as they tend to have hot and cold water supply and most dishwashers only have a cold feed. Suggest you ask the OP as they will be sure to know. – Solar Mike May 9 at 11:28
  • those are used for the supply for a shower pannel This one baindepot.com/media/ftpbaindepot/pdf/SH-PN-7001BN.pdf – MiniMe May 9 at 15:19
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The hoses pictured in your previous (linked) post have a 1/2" NPT female thread (so stop worrying/commenting about the size of the line itself). Any fitting that will result in you having a 1/2" NPT male thread, will work.

Nobody can advise on the appropriate "push-in" connector because we don't know what you are trying to attach it to (what type of pipe). Find a fitting that connects to your supply pipe that will give you 1/2" NPT male thread.

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  • That is the problem, I can't seem to find a 1/2" push in to what you call 1/2" NPT make.You have to admit the terminology is pretty lose here since you are telling me that it is an 1/2" npt but @Solar Mike explains that that 23-9/16" means 23 tpi and 9/16" in diameter so not exactly 1/2" I shop on Amazon.ca if you could show me such a fitting then I would admit I have some sort of blindness :-)) – MiniMe May 9 at 19:46
  • The terminology is not "loose"; you are getting different answers from different people. I don't care what the other answer(s) say, I am telling you that in the U.S., "9/16" is not a thing as it regards plumbing fittings/sizes. You can accept or ignore that but it is true. Also, unless you reveal what size and type of supply pipe you are looking to attach a "push-in" fitting to, nobody can help you find what you are looking for. Also, this is seeming more and more like a shopping question... – Jimmy Fix-it May 10 at 6:07
  • Not a shopping question. I am questioning here if the product even exist. I indicated in the above comment that the supply is 1/" -"I can't seem to find a 1/2" push in" – MiniMe May 10 at 15:45
  • 1/2" what? Copper pipe, pvc pipe, steel/iron pipe, cpvc, other...? – Jimmy Fix-it May 10 at 20:37
  • Copper; does it matter from push-in perspective ? I was told it works on both – MiniMe May 10 at 20:38

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