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    On the other side of the wall is under the sink....

    On the other side of the wall is under the sink. Only wallboard/plaster. All and any wood is well out of range.

    In the past when I sweated copper one thing I used was an old (metal) license plate...
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    Yes, I used one of those slip type couplings when...

    Yes, I used one of those slip type couplings when I installed a new fixture in the bathroom. But that was only, what, 1" or 3/4" pipe, I forget.

    Spray retardant sounds like a good idea also,...
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    I wouldn't necessarily say I was comfortable...

    I wouldn't necessarily say I was comfortable sweating pipe, but i've done a couple of small projects around the house. The work wouldn't win any beauty awards, but no leaks, and it's held. I do get a...
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    Thanks Terry. So would this be a...

    Thanks Terry.

    So would this be a suitable/possible plan?....

    About 2" out from the T coupling, cut the pipe. The 2" leaves room to attach the shielded coupling i'll use later. From inside of...
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    Split pipe in a tight spot

    I have a kitchen drain pipe that has a split in it. I took some siding off the exterior so the plumbing would be easier to access.

    As you can see, the pipe runs through a hole in a set of 4 studs....
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