What you must understand is that CPVC, PVC, and ABS are not actually "glued" together. They are joined by solvent welding, much like metal welding except the process is done chemically rather than by heat. The solvent, aka "glue", temporarily liquifies the top layers of the pipe and fitting. The pieces are slipped together and the liquified materials from each piece blend together. Problem is, since each of these three types of pipes are different chemically, they each require a solvent specifically for that type of material. In short, you must redo the job using CPVC solvent.