About a month ago, when frigid cold weather arrived in Chicago, my rain shower style shower head began to periodically chirp after the shower is turned off. It literally sounds like a bird is stuck in it. It occurs every few minuets and, as far as I know, happens all day long.
It is a faux antique claw foot tub/shower and the head is supported and fed by three pipes. One for hot, one for cold and one for air flow. Single handle for water flow and single handle for temp.
Anyone else ever experience this and found a solution for it?
Your shower fixture has a "Air Flow" line?
What's up with that? Are you sure?
Are you saying as well that it makes noise when it's not on?
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