Hello all, I recently was doing some DIY and wanted to unsolder a 1/2 pipe going outside to a bib (outside faucet) and attached vacuum breaker. Long story and pointless story, the 1/2 pipe was corkscrewed and sheared off. Now I have a little 1/2 piece stuck inside a T-joint and it is dripping water. I'd say it's about a drop a second. All faucets, showers, have been turned on. 1/2 pipe is not budging. Any solutions to take off the rest of that crummy little 1/2 piece so I can finally solder a new 1/2 pipe, adapter, and new bib? *Propane was used to heat the joint. Where do I point flame for max effectiveness to desolder? Does the bread trick really work?