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Disconnecting the dryer vent from its connection at the wall, and unplug the dryer plug. Disconnect the washer by turning the hot and cold water off at the source. Use a pair of slip-joint pliers to take the hoses off each valve. Before starting the plumbing, shut off the house water at the main using a curb key.
Mark where the connection will go and use a pair of PVC shears to cut into the hot and cold water lines (Image 1). Make sure to have a bucket handy to collect any water left in the lines. Dry off the pipes, then glue in a 'T' adaptor (Image 2).
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