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Old 11-22-2009, 12:22 AM   #1
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J bent piping doesn't stay tight


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I just removed my bathroom faucet. I have a metal pipe coming from the wall with no threads on it. I went to the depot store and they gave me the j-bent pipe with washer. However when I start assembling the tailpipe and the rest of the parts the j-bent pipe starts to loosen from the wall to the point that it loosen with just a touch. I don't want to assemble the whole thing only to have the j-bent pipe loosen up in the end. I have used medal to medal, medal to plastic. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. What am I doing wrong?

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Old 12-04-2009, 01:23 PM   #2
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J bent piping doesn't stay tight


You say that there are no thrds. on the pipe exiting the wall.If there is at least 1"off clean pipe projecting from the wall try getting a no-hub coupling(band),probably 1-1/2" and a fitting trap adapter and that should make a water tight connection.

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