Replacing shutoff valve on CPVC

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SteveW

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Only one problem -- not much length to work with once he cuts off the old stop.
 

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He doesn't need to cut the stop off. Just undo it and replace with new using the old nut and glued on flange.
I went to Home Depot and McLendon's to buy a CPVC stop, mainly so I could take pictures for this thread. They don't have them.
The guy just laughed when I asked for them. :(

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I do see them on the Brasscraft web site though. Maybe you can buy direct from them?

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