Originally Posted by tractor1
The most impotent part is to make sure the parts you solder are clean! Before you solder them.
The line itself is in very good shape. A good wipe-off with a rag will take off most of the oil, and the flux itself will clean the rest of the joint. Like I said...skills.
Something you may want to do is make sure the line itself is open at a fitting, or the hot air created by the torch could blow the liquid solder back out of the repaired area. There's not a lot of expansion room in a line that small, so the heated air pressurizes quickly.
If it's worth doing, then it's worth [I]over[/I]doing.
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