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What is the diameter of the water line on the 642 sub zero

I need to connect my 642 frodge to the water supply. I have a 3/4 inch faucet opening. I need to know the diameter of the 642 water line so I could get an adaptor.

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1/4" line.... unit comes with a coupling look at the bottom in a plastic bag if it is a new unit

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