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finally found a site that identified the bottom line as the tub spout which there is none. Assuming purchased in a contractor pack and "roughed" the copper into the valve prior to installation in the wall and used a shower/tub valve for a shower only installation

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someone at home depot suggested sheetrock as a good flame protection while sweating the lines back into the wall; said the paper will burn away but the gypsum works great as flame protection. Is this a true statement?
 

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someone at home depot suggested sheetrock as a good flame protection while sweating the lines back into the wall; said the paper will burn away but the gypsum works great as flame protection. Is this a true statement?
Yep......just peel the paper off one side.
 

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finally found a site that identified the bottom line as the tub spout which there is none. Assuming purchased in a contractor pack and "roughed" the copper into the valve prior to installation in the wall and used a shower/tub valve for a shower only installation

thank you Griz
Very common, just put a plug in the bottom post.
 
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