Mike Jay wrote:Can you snap a few photos of the piping in question?
Mike Jay wrote:The sharkbite fittings do connect a bunch of different types of pipe together so they are an option. I haven't tried them myself but they are intended for the do it yourselfer. It looks like the one you found is to connect PB to another type of piping. In that case you could get a CPVC tee and a short bit of CPVC piping and recreate that portion of your piping.
Here's a guy on YouTube who seems to have a similar problem to you. He fixed it with PEX piping and fittings. I've never used PEX due to a possibly erroneous belief that the crimper tool is too expensive. Maybe they're cheap now.
Red Smith wrote:For bang for the buck PEX cannot be beat, PEX will freeze and stretch and thaw and reform to its original dimension.
If you have to replace pipe I recommend replacing it with PEX and replace the entire system as possible.
Pex allows foolish extravagance with marginal maintenance temperatures without a mistake becoming a consequence.
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