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Pipe Tip: Don’t Get Fooled by Condensation
In high humidity, a cold water line will sweat, making it almost impossible to detect tiny leaks. Here’s how to work around that: Run the water just enough to fill the line. Then take a coffee break while the water in the pipe warms to room temperature. When it’s warm enough, wipe the pipe dry and look for leaks. Condensation may also be caused by cold water in drain lines.