ANTISEIZING TAPE - CONTINUED
Wrap tape tightly in same direction as you would tighten a nut. Tape must be pressed into threads without cutting
Do not go over specified torque or use power tools to tighten antiseizing-taped fittings.
Overtightening could damage fitting threads and cause connection to leak.
Use proper hand tools to tighten fittings.
TUBES WITH COMPRESSION FITTINGS
Tubes with inverted nuts and compression fittings are designed for one-time assembly. Once assembled, they must be
replaced as a unit if any parts are found defective. Used parts may not seal properly when paired with new parts. Used
tube assemblies, that are in good condition, can be reinstalled to their original locations without leaking.
Assemble new tubes, compression sleeves, and inverted nuts as follows:
Slide inverted nut onto end of tube.
Slide compression sleeve onto end of tube.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 for other end of tube if needed.