For years, licensed plumbers, electricians and appliance installers have relied on Certified Appliance Accessories for their power cords, hoses and connectors. Now you can too. Enjoy the convenience offered by this ice maker connector from Certified Appliance Accessories. Its flexibility and durability ensure a reliable connection for your next home installation project. This hose has been thoroughly tested and is backed by a 5-year limited warranty. Check your appliance's manual for the correct specifications to ensure this is the right connector hose for you. Thank you for choosing Certified Appliance Accessories-Your Appliance Connection Solution. Read More
- Meets or exceeds industry certification standards & requirements of most appliance manufacturers
- 1/4" FCM (Female Compression) x 1/4" FCM stainless steel fittings with washers for secure connection
- Braided premium stainless steel resists punctures, crimping & kinking
- Permanently attached stainless steel couplings & brass stems provide secure connections
- Clear vinyl surrounds flexible & durable PVC inner core tubing that's woven with polyester for added strength under pressure
- UPC (Uniform Plumbing Code), NSF 61 & 372 lead-free (National Sanitation Foundation) & CSA (Canadian Standards Association) certified ensures product safety
- Durable design protects against bursting & cracking
- 5-year limited warranty
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