Use of Compression Fittings


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Old 01-14-07, 12:48 PM
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Use of Compression Fittings

I am planning to replace my electric hot water heater. I will be replacing the current 50 gallon unit with a new 80 gallon unit. The current unit is under the basement steps. The new unit will not fit in this space. I can locate the new unit on the other side of the steps; however, I will have to relocate the shut off valve higher on the cold water line, and make new connections to the unit. I have copper pipes. I would like to use flexible tubing with compression fittings for the new lines. I would also like to use compression fittings for the shut off valve. Any problems with using compression fittings instead of solder?
 
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Old 01-14-07, 07:15 PM
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Compression fittings work fine if installed properly.
 
 

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