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Celcon Push-to-Connect Tube Fitting, Acetal Copolymer, Straight Coupler, Tube OD

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47 customer reviews

Price: $3.25 - $8.93
Product Specifications
Brand Name Celcon
Material Type Acetal
Maximum Pressure 150  PSI
System of Measurement Inch
Color White
Shape Coupler
Style Name push-to-connect
UNSPSC Code 40183100

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1/2" B000FN81I0
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Product Features

  • Coupler for connecting two pipes with the same diameter in a straight run
  • Accepts nylon and polyurethane tube fittings
  • Made of acetal copolymer plastic for low moisture absorption and high tensile and flexural strength
  • Working pressure of up to 150 psi
  • Imperial unit measurements for industry consistency

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  • ASIN: B005CRLWF8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dr Hole on May 2, 2011
Size: 5/16" Verified Purchase
It replaces the connector on an LG fridge that connects the water dispenser tubing in the door to the water dispenser tubing in the main body of the fridge.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MikeC on September 6, 2011
Size: 5/16" Verified Purchase
I needed something patch the water line on my Frigidaire refriderator, and this did the trick! Much cheaper than the one from Fridigaire!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By RJD on October 15, 2014
Size: 5/16" Verified Purchase
After reading about the leaks experienced by some, I decided to use a Q-tip to apply a light coat of PVC cement around the tube before pushing it on. Worked like a charm, no leaks and the cement initially acted like a lubricant and allowed the tube to seat all the way into the coupling. PVC cement is what is used on the white plumbing pipes many people have in their houses. You don't need a lot, just enough to coat the tube; and make sure you don't get any in the tube to constrict flow.

Also, make sure the tube is cut as square as possible to allow it to seat properly in the fitting. Any jagged edges or angle cut may create a weak joint and cause a leak.

Used the coupling on my Kenmore Fridge water/ice maker line.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ellen Miller on September 5, 2014
Size: 5/16" Verified Purchase
"Bladder" tubing inside fridge got a pinhole leak. Don't know how that happened. Anyway, fridge repair people wanted $300 to replace the entire tubing in the fridge ($245 for part and $50-75 for house call). They said there was no other way to fix the problem. But wait...husband said there must be some sort of inline fix you could do, so searched the web and found this for six bucks. Came in 2 days and he installed it in 10 minutes.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Al, NE Pa. on March 11, 2010
Size: 5/16" Verified Purchase
Had trouble finding one in my rural location. Thought I would give Amazon a try and found just what I needed to repair the h2o line in my fridg door. Thanks.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Loren Malm on May 15, 2010
Size: 1/4"
If you need to connect a 1/4" water line (for example, a refrigerator, icemaker, coffee machine, etc.) this is the best possible option for doing it. It couldn't be simpler, just push the tubing in on both sides and you are done. Rated for 125PSI, which is more than you'll need for a standard water supply line. The only problem is that the Amazon price on these went from under a dollar each (great deal) to more than five dollars each which is a little crazy...
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By Wes on February 19, 2015
Size: 1/4" Verified Purchase
The water feed to my fridge froze over because the previous owners of my home installed it themselves through the attic and it froze. So rather than repair it, I had a plumber come in and run a new hose properly. After fixing the drywall myself, I thought things were good. Then I noticed my downstairs carpet becoming wet. I quickly discovered that the NEW hose was leaking. Thankfully I located it inside of the utility closet and figured I would give a shot at fixing it myself.

Home Depot suggested I do some 5 piece fitting that was metal and plastic with a screwe on compression mechanism. I couldn't for the life of me get it to work without leaking. So after a little research I discovered this. I thought it couldn't possibly work. Just cut the leaking section and push each end into this? No way. Two days later (thanks to prime shipping) I recieved what I figured would be a waste of money. About 2 minutes after opening the package, the leak was fixed. You literally make sure the ends of your hose are cut straight (I had already done this) and push each end into this little "doohicky". It fits snugly and you cannot pull it back out! There is a way to remove it, but I mean it stays put on its own. Turn the water on, and enjoy water and ice once again directly from the filtered fridgerator.

I waited about 2 months before I posted this review. I checked the fitting intermittently over the past 2 months to be sure it didn't have any leaks. No leaks. If it ever fails, I will post back here. But for now, this absolutely works and I fully recommend it if you have the need to repair a water feed to a fridge!
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Size: 5/16" Verified Purchase
Used these to skip several steps in replacing a water reservoir in my GE side by side fridge. They're an amazing product, I just cut the tubes and pushed the ends into one of these and it seemed to seal with no leaks so far. It's been about 2 weeks. I used a mini pipe cutter to make sure I got a straight cut on the tubes as recommended in other reviews, not sure if that was actually necessary.
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