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Using a screw gun with a 1/2" drill bit, cut a hole between each cabinet as far back and as far up as you can. Make these holes around the entire run of the base cabinetry.
Connect the PVC line to the saddle valve using a captive nut and sleeve that is provided with the valve.
Once the PVC line is connected, use the saddle valve to attach it to the cold water line.
Tighten the valve until it is snug. After the valve is in place, make sure the PVC line is away from any obstructions.
Use a staple gun and U-shaped insulated staples to secure the line to the back of the cabinets.
If there are no leaks, connect the line to the refrigerator.
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