Radiant Floor Heating - wire repair
I am preparing to lay a tile bathroom for and first step is I laid out an electric, radiant floor heating system (from ThermoSoft). The wires were laid on backerboard and then I poured a thin coat of self-leveling compound over the whole floor.
It's a differen long story but bottom line is in one area where the surface of the wires were still slightly exposed, one of the wires got "sraped" to where I can see just a hairline scrape in teh wire coating, exposing the metal shield just under the plastic coding. Continuity is still in tact and I checked the resistance and there is absolutely no change as a result.
Question is whether I should put anything on that scrape before I being to lay tile? Shoudl I be concerned that water in teh thinset could perhaps seep in and short something out?