toilet supply

  1. Reach4

    Non-flex copper supply riser

    The flex plumbing lines are the most common way and easier way to connect from a stop valve to a toilet or faucet. However the chrome-plated nearly-rigid "copper riser" lines are not as hard as I used to think... but I admit to having not yet attempted one. I am looking forward to trying if I...
  2. Vinnie B

    Trouble with Bathroom Shutoff

    Hi. I'm a relatively newbie to plumbing and am having trouble replacing a toilet supply line. It looks pretty straightforward - jsut a nut on the bottom of the tank and one at the shutoff, but there is no nut on the shutoff - it jsut goes right into the valve. (See pic). Does this mean I...
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