Question about Heating & Cooling
Are you trying to solder on a closed piping system? If so one thing that will cause many problems is any moisture in line. It does not take but a drop or so to vaporize to steam and cause oxidation on pipe or fitting which will cause solder not to stick.If you are working on closed piping try to find valve or faucet somewhere to vent steam. I would clean again and make sure you are using good flux and right solder & try again. Hope this helps. Thanks
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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