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We have a 27 year old hot water heating system using Solaroll and copper manifolds. It functions on all 3 levels of our home. We installed a new high efficiency IBC boiler in 2008. Recently in the last month we have experienced some leakage from the copper lines in the ceiling of our basement. The copper seems to be developing pin point holes. One plumber thinks that this is happening to this line because it leads to our sunroom which is always calling for heat. He thinks the rest of the house will be OK. My question is, " Do you think that this deterioration of the copper lines will eventually affect all the levels and it is just a matter of time before we will see this on the main floor ceiling"? and " Is there anything we can do to stop this process or must we just replace the whole system"?