silver solder

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thach1aj

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I bought silver solder to use with soldering a couple of couplers to a boil kettle. The solder had a low melting point at 450 degrees which made it easy to work with but I didnt take in consideration now that I use a 74000 btu burner that might get the solder to hot and cause it to melt again. Is this a possible problem or will it be fine? If any one has some answers
it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Agreed, with liquid in the kettle, it won't get that hot.
 
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