|Posted by Aros on November 29, 1998 at 02:36:13:|
|In response to Re: Whistling pipes|
: One more question for the day. When my shower is running, the pipes make a whistling sound. I can make the sound stop by pushing the diverter knob down slightly. Is this a problem with the supply lines or the faucet itself? I am remodeling and don't want to have the same problem with the new faucet.
Humming pipes are usually caused by something vibrating loosely in the water flow, such as a washer thats not seated properly. Since you are replacing the valve with a new one, the problem should disappear as long as the shower riser and showerhead are also being replaced. -Aros
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