Old 05-21-07, 05:45 PM
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I recently installed a sink in my basement. There was existing plumbing. I removed the caps, added shutoffs and installed the sink.

Since doing this, I get a very interesting and very (very!) loud buzz/vibration in the pipes that I can stop by turning the cold water from the sink on.

Before I added the sink, I never had a problem with a flush from this toilet.

What should I check/do?
Old 05-21-07, 06:31 PM
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Check the toilet valve. It is possible (probable) that you dislodged some gunk in the lines and it has lodged in the valve. Depending on the type you have, the top must be removed (water off), and flushed out with a cup over the top, then reassemble it. Let us know if this helps.

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