New copper Joints

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  1. rsmith99

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    I put this Roman tub faucet together 8 years ago. It worked fine until a cartridge leak corroded the bonnet nut to the valve body. I had to replace the cold side valve body.
    I did a diy pressure test by hooking it up to a garden hose for about 45 minutes. Function tested everything, and checked for leaks.
    What is the chance of my joints leaking, even though I pressure tested them?
     
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  2. Jeff H Young

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    copper joints should be good. but dont wrap teflon tape on those threaded connections when hooking to supply hose the thick washer inside seals it the tape might hurt and wont help
     
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