Well you will have to determine why it is leaking. It is just a loose fitting? try tightening it up with a wrench Is there a crack? Is the pipe white PVC (plastic) or copper or even gray metal? If it is any of these you will need to cut it out and replace that section. You might want to consider hiring a plumber.
Hot water pipe rust first as compared to the cold water pipe for the same chemical composition of the water.
Cold water pipe.
Copper can rust
Because hot water is still in the pipes from when you turned on the hot water, and when you turned on the cold faucet it had to let out the hot water first. This means you have a single-pipe sink. Double-pipe sinks have a pipe for hot and a pipe for cold and it blends them as it turns on.
Water in pipe freezes, expands, and cracks pipe.
If you are referring to a regular building, the cold water feed pipe goes directly to all cold faucets, toilets and hot water tank. The purpose seems obvious.
The extreme cold freezes the water and makes it expand in the pipe. When the pipe expands with the water, the pipe will then burst in the extreme coldness.
Electrical grounded to the cold water pipe, usually before the first fitting once it is through the foundation..
Vent, return circulation
depending on what pipe is leaking if you are a beginner at doing plumbing then I would suggest you take apart what pipe is leaking and bring it to a local hardware store and they should help you fix it. If its a water pipe that hooks up to your faucet then turn off the supply stops before removing anything in worse case call a plumber.
If it runs continually, as you say, then it can only be the inlet water pipe or fitting, leaking.
The alternator oil pipe on combo van leaking does feed the vacuum and the return pipe.
Repairing the section of pipe that is leaking will stop a leak on a hot water line.
Cold water pipes would be the sweaty ones.
Light Green for COLD Water and Dark Green for HOT water
leaking core plug (freeze) behind flywheel
It mean it's leaking or the water is just going down the pipe.
Probably mineral deposits. You probably have a leaking pipe or some other type of water source that's causing the mineral to build up on the pipe.
either your radiator is leaking,head gaskit is leaking if it's your head gaskit leaking you will have water in your oil or water coming out your exhaust pipe,or you might have a freeze plug going bad.
water regulation require that cold water supply pipe from the cwsc to tap outlets and the hot water storage vessel be isolated, with what
You Don't .. You replace them
If it's in a bathroom near a toilet maybe the pipe has been leaking.