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November 04, 11:17 AM [GMT -5]

Even if you're not a plumber, knowing how to properly solder copper is a useful skill to know. Thanks for the guide!

June 08, 7:15 PM [GMT -5]

you need to move the flame to evenly distribute the heat... the copper will change color when it is ready to take solder... do the top for for several seconds than the bottom... i am a professional plumber... and dont forget to wipe your joint after soldering to prevent mineral/ scale buildup

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