I have to replace an old spigot which leaks from the threads when hose is attached.
My question - is there any way of knowing how it is attached to its 1/2" copper supply tube. Sweated or threaded connection On the basement side the copper tube leading to it goes into wood siding surrounded by caulk. I have attached closeups of the spigot and it appears there are two nails securing it to the aluminum siding The sides of the spigot adjacent to the nails have a flat area which might be for a wrench. I just want to make sure because that I dont break the copper tubing in the basement if I attempt to rotate the spigot off with a wrench.
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