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Old 03-29-2013, 04:23 AM   #1
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Capping water pipe


Hi,
I'm removing an electric shower and need to remove the water feed pipe.
The pipe runs through the roof space, so I was thinking of cutting the pipe back and capping it somehow.
Can someone give me some advice as to the best method.
Is a compression fitting adequate, or is this type of fitting not preferred if the fitting is in a hidden location such as the loft?
Tha me for an URL you can offer

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You did not tell us what the pipe is made of----different caps for different pipe-------so let us know--

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You did not tell us what the pipe is made of----different caps for different pipe-------so let us know--
It's a 15mm copper pipe
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Solder a cap on, or use a Gatorbite/sharkbite-type cap fitting.
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