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Yes, there are transition fittings that make this...
This refers to the diameter of a pipe. Some pipes are measured base on their outside diameter, or O.D. Others are measured by their interior...
You should use a dielectric union. This will prevent electrolysis from occurring, which deteriorates the copper...
No, you measure hard coppers with I.D. (inside diameter). You measure soft coppers by their O.D. (outside...
This type of fitting squeezes a brass or plastic ring around copper or plastic...
A connector is slipped over the end of a copper tube, which is then flared out using a special tool. The fitting can then be screwed into another...
Hard copper is rigid line used throughout the house. Soft copper is used where flexibility is needed, such as faucet supply...
Any fine tooth saw will work, but make sure you remove any...
Type K is the heaviest. Type L is medium weight and used most often for waterlines in homes. Type M is thinner and is used underground or for light...
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