pipes moaning/singing/vibrating

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Old 02-16-03, 07:59 PM
angelinsox
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pipes moaning/singing/vibrating

I hope someone will help me with this.
On Feb 2nd my plumbing began to moan/sing/vibrate when I use a water source in my home. It happens when I use any water source ~ a faucet, toilet or applience (dshwasher or laundry maching) AS soon as I turn off the water the moaning begins and lasts for about 5 seconds and fades off to quiet again.
The moaning goes away if I turn on a faucet and let it trickle a bit but comes back as soon as I turn off the spicket.
From the beginning I thought it was air in the lines so I turned on all the water sources in my home and let them run for about 5 minutes. The problem still remains.
I hope someone can explain what is causing this and help me fix it. I'm puzzled

Thank you for your time
angelinsox
 
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Old 02-17-03, 05:10 AM
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First, check your toilet tank water inlet valves. If it is one of those, change the valve. Use a Fluidmaster 400A float-cup type (about $5-$7 bucks). Just follow the directions that come with it. Easy.
If it isn't a toilet tank assembly, if you're on public water, you may have a pressure reducing valve that needs adjusting, repair or replacement. This type of problem can also be caused by excessive water pressure in your home.
Good luck!
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