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Look at pipe freeze kits but they say only for lead, copper pipes, tried to tighten the stop tap,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it sound like your unit has a bad sensor on it or a leak. you should never have to add refrigerant to a unit unless theres a leak then it has to be repaired firdt the recharged.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
What type of pipe are you looking at?If it is copper then you can fine someone to solder it.If it is plastic pipe with glue joints,then you get some glue call rain and shine,clean first then apply wait a few minutes.But turn the water first.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
SOURCE: Plumbing, gas pipes leaking
What you are doing is very hard to do without adding a union to the piping. There really isn't anything more you can do than what you already are doing. But if you have bubbled each joint and can't find anymore leaks then move to your valves. Also, flex lines have a tendency to leak as well. Like the ones that go to your water heater, stove/oven, furnace and small gas appliances. Check for the old style valves that don't meet code anymore like the valves with a bolt all the way through the valve. You will want to change them out to a ball valve. I hope this answers your question.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
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