Twisted copper piping during new kitchen faucet install
Wannabe DIY-er here. I recently installed a Moen kitchen faucet. During the process of trying to tighten the copper connection to a three way brass tee (due to the use of an instant hot device) I stupidly twisted the cold water copper piping (used one wrench instead of two) and instead of being nice and round in diamater, the copper pipping ended up bent and compressed inward a good amount. Kind of like when you're bending up a straw. :P
So far there have been no leaks and water doesn't seem to have any trouble getting through the piping and out the faucet. However I'm a bit paranoid about it as I'm obviously not a plumber and don't know how well these things hold up in the long term. Should I be worried?