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  1. ... copper pipe. Then you must use a solder flux past on the copper pipe to prevent the copper from oxidizing when you heat it. Apply it with a small brush around the pipe end to be joined to the fitting . This will allow the solder to flow into the fitting . Also it...

    10 Answers · Home & Garden · 24/03/2009

  2. ...sandpaper. clean the end of the pipe, get it bright and shiny. then clean the inside of the fitting , getting it bright and shiny. now don't touch the end of the pipe or the inside...

    9 Answers · Home & Garden · 05/02/2010

  3. ...age of the pipe and weld. Yrs ago, it was lead that joined most copper fittings. Extreme heat place on the fitting with constant tension could possibly break the seal or the weld. However, you still...

    3 Answers · Home & Garden · 02/02/2010

  4. ... a new one. Think about the cost of a leak problem versus the cost of the fitting . The fitting at builders supply can be pennies.

    6 Answers · Home & Garden · 23/01/2008

  5. Use the regular copper threaded fitting . Most homes are connected to the water meter with 3...

    5 Answers · Home & Garden · 11/05/2013

  6. ...at the same time. One wrench goes on the fitting you are trying to remove, and the other will...on the threaded male end soldered to the copper pipe. You turn the first wrench while at the...

    7 Answers · Home & Garden · 26/01/2012

  7. ... are standardized. So a 1/2" compression fitting for copper pipe will fit a 1/2" copper pipe. If it's for PVC, then it...

    9 Answers · Home & Garden · 05/05/2012

  8. ... cracks. Inspect the body around the area where you thread in the copper fitting , look for a hairline crack. If you find one , sorry that valve is done...

    7 Answers · Home & Garden · 27/12/2009

  9. shut the water off-open all faucets to drain-hold torch on fitting till hot and water is evaporated from heat and try filling around joint with solder and it Might fill it in...if not then go from there

    9 Answers · Home & Garden · 02/12/2006

  10. .../article/0,2037,DIY_14190_2270855,00.html And see what type of fitting you are dealing with. It is probably a compression type...

    10 Answers · Home & Garden · 09/02/2007

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