Wondering if I made a mistake sweating copper
I've sweated copper before with no leaks. This time I have 1" fittings that needed to be connected to 3/4" pipe, so I have 3/4 copper adapters. I wasn't thinking about it of course til after I was done, but I sweated all the 3/4 adapters onto the 1" connectors without also sweating to the pipes themselves. I was wondering if when I heat up the fitting again to connect the pipe, if I'll screw up the original sweated joints?
I sure hope not since there's eight of them and those 16 pieces were pretty expensive. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Solder Copper Pipe With Bread
I Have Used Bread Many, Many, Many, Times To Solder Copper Pipes
Yes Some Times I Have Had Problem Cleaning Lines After Ward's
The Best Way Is To Stop "all" Water Before Starting Work
I Spin Time And Go To Great Lengths To Stop Water Before I Do Work These Days