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Re: can anyone tell me where to find refrigirator tubing?
Almost any home repair shop should stock it. Go to a Home Depot,
Lowe's, Builder's Square, or the like and seek out the plumbing
department. Usually, it's packaged in flat, square cardboad boxes
with a hole in the middle. Lengths ranging from 5' to 50' can be had.
The packaged tubing will be in one or more flat spirals. Capitalize
on the manner in which it is stored when you wind your primary. Very
little bending of the tubing should be necessary. One good technique
for winding is to place your coilform on the floor, and the openned
package to tubing on a low table (such as a coffee table). Gently
unwind the tubing from the package as you go, rotating the tubing
package and your coilform as needed.
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Subject: can anyone tell me where to find refrigirator tubing?
Author: "Tesla list" <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com> at INTERNET
Date: 10/4/00 7:45 AM
Original poster: "marzie" <marzie-at-hotpop-dot-com>
can anyone tell me where to find refrigirator tubing because i have no idea at
all where to find any at all