Question about Dishwashers
Tape won't solve this issue. The fitting I assume is a compression fitting which is a ring on the copper pipe that is compressed when the nut is tightened. If tightening the nut won't resolve the issue, then you will need to cut the copper behind the ring and put a new ring on an retighten. The key with compression rings is to make sure the copper is pushed into the male part on the fitting until it bottoms out before tightening the nut.
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
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