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How to Use Standard and Quick Connect Fittings - Video
Last Updated: 07/16/2018

How the common Water Filter systems connection 1/4" and 3/8" fittings are to be used, and how the Quick Connect fittings operate.

Repair Kits for the Quick Connect can be found,
and 1/4" o-ring only,

Uploaded on Feb 23, 2010 on Copy Rights belong to, but video is from the "public domain". Quick Connect fittings are an easy way to connect water filters and other systems to your water line. This how-to video compares modern quick connect fittings and old school compression fittings. Quick connect fittings are so convenient people often worry about their effectiveness. This is one of those rare cases where it's not too good to be true. Quick connect fittings are both ultra convenient and highly reliable. Also known as John Guest fittings, or Sea-Tech fittings, this video contains simple explanations and graphic diagrams showing you how quick connect fittings work. Aquaman is a Water Quality Association Certified Water Specialist. His training and experience have given him a deep understanding of water chemistry and water purification equipment. This enables him to provide scientifically accurate information that you can trust!

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