Question about LG LD25EL Dehumidifier
You may be able to find a male to male pipe thread brass or copper or even reg. galvinised pipe or pcpvc or pvc anything that will fit in the hole ... or if the outlet is a male find a female union you can go to the hardware and ask for the pex pipe fittings, thats prob. the first place to look they have many sized pex fittings and next what you would then do is find a flexable vinal tube larger than the outlet threads and rap the threads with teflon tape a few times. then next use a hose clamp slide the larger tube over the threads and tighten the hose clamp and check for leaks jason
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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