Question about Refrigerators
Hello. If the leak is at a compression connection you need two small adjustable wrenches. One to hold the middle portion and the second to tighten the nut down a bit more onto the compression ring. Go to any hardware store and they will assist you in selecting the correct wrenches.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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