I've modified the Jury Rig under my sink from this post: http://www.plumbingforums.com/forum/f8/what-4th-inlet-size-pic-5126/
to the following pictures below:
Making a sink faucet quick release part for a portable clothing washer machine work from coming off the water inlets under the sink.
I split the cold water inlet with a great inlet extension pressurized piece that I found at a Truvalue hardware instead of home depot.
Then I replaced the original jury rig with the proper thread connections.
Sink faucet connection converted to hose thread piece then converted to pipe thread piece.
I have different on-off thingies as you can see.
Now I have leaks.
I have a leak on the right side of the photo where the galavanized iron piece meets the male-male adaptor piece and again where the wall end of the on-off piece meets the copper pipe extension piece.
Is the correct solution:
1) get a better and bigger pipe wrench and bigger cresecent wrench? (I'm having a problem where my medium size crescent wrench is slipping off the nut on the copper "on-off" piece -- I'm worried about rounding it.
2) re-doing the teflon on the pieces?
3) call a plumber?
4) do nothing, use a bucket under it and hope that the water corodes the drip closed?
Thanks for your help,
I'm not sure if the picture upload shows the drip location, the forum drastically reduced the size of the photos.