Our refrigerator came with a hose for its icemaker, whose ends look like this:
Our apartment's existing water line looks like this:
I need a connector for them, but I've googled and I'm still not sure what exactly I'm looking for.
One other thing: The fridge installers said the connector should have a shutoff valve, but it turns out that the existing water line has a shutoff valve. You can't see it in the picture because it's about 5-6 feet away, underneath the living-room wet-bar.
Does this mean my new connector need not have a shutoff valve?
EDIT: I bought a compression fitting very much like the one in @RMDman's post. When I remove one of the nuts, I can screw it into the hose end and it fits. Is that what I'm supposed to do?
I think the other end will fit in the wall connector if I remove the other nut.
So am I really supposed to discard both nuts for this? Because when I do, what I have left is basically this 1/4-in nipple adapter.