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tamz

Stick a compression on then. Same difference.
If you want to solder it sit there with an ice cream container catching water for an hour or 2 or freeze it.
Its your choice, your time, your customers money unless you gave them a price.
 
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Ermintrude

Just lift pipes up so no drips on last joint, then drop back to right height and tie in to rad
 
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Hanns21

Just open the drain off untill the water stops... Should open be a bucket full, once you are happy its stopped cut and use a compression fitting. I would only do one pipe at a time and have a pushfit stop end handy just incase
 
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Ermintrude

Why did you only paint a small white patch? It doesn't even look like a radiator? Symmetry is a bit lost on you! Nice work glad it went ok.
 
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Bunker

I don't see a trv on there.***.unless it's tucked into the corner, either way that wasn't very well thought out!
 
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