Compression or Solder Fitting

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  1. GoldMaple

    GoldMaple DIY Junior Member

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    Does it matter if one uses a compression or a solder fitting for use as a bathroom shut off valve? Just two valves that shut off the shower, sink and toilet in the bathroom. Is there any reason not to use a compression fitting?
     

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  2. flamefix

    flamefix New Member

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    Only serviceability issues, which would be easier to replace..
     
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  4. hj

    hj Moderator & Master Plumber Staff Member

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    valve

    Only servicability issues. Which will be most likely to leak and require replacement. Use the solder valve.
     
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