We're replacing a section of drywall in the kitchen and cold water supply
pipe comes out of this section. Usually it would be simple to just cut a
small circle out of the drywall for the pipe but this one already has a
vampire tap (i think that's what they are called) on it with the flexible
icemaker supply tubing.
I'm thinking that if we remove that it might be a real pain to get reseated
and leak free afterwards. Anyone played with this problem before?
Unfortunately I don't really have the pipe available to just cut it, sweat a
new cap on and retap it.
If its a pain to reseat we'll just slice a groove out of the drywall and
patch it but if it's simple i'd just assume cut the circle out instead.
What I don't want to do is remove it and find out it's impossible to reseat.