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Update: So I tried the same showerhead but...

Update:

So I tried the same showerhead but took the restrictor out and the noise wasn't any better. I took off my (master bath) showerhead and it's about the same noise level as before.

But...
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Posted By Mirth

Hi Furd, thanks for your suggestions. The...

Hi Furd, thanks for your suggestions.

The good shower has a showerhead without the restricter. I'm not sure about the "bad" shower, but since the bathtub is amazingly loud I don't think the...
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Posted By Mirth

Thanks for your response Chandler. When I...

Thanks for your response Chandler.

When I moved into the home, there already was a square cutout to the piping of the "loud" bathroom right behind the bathtub. It wasn't insulated, so I put some...
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Posted By Mirth

Shower and Bath has loud rushing water/whoosing sound

I have 2 bathrooms upstairs that are adjacent to each other. The walls of both bathrooms are connected to the master bedroom.

If I'm in the master bedroom and someone is showering in the master...
08-18-16, 10:58 AM
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Posted By Mirth

Ah, well that stinks... I've tried earplugs but...

Ah, well that stinks... I've tried earplugs but I can't seem to fall asleep with them in, and I'm on call 24/7 for work and am afraid to miss a call. I don't think I can afford the costs to have...
08-18-16, 09:47 AM
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Posted By Mirth

Copper pipes noisy when running bath

Have had this house for two years now. One thing that is really bothersome is, my roommate takes two baths a day - which I don't mind - but the pipes are very noisy 90% of the time; I'm pretty sure...
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Posted By Mirth

Thanks for the ideas guys, I think it most...

Thanks for the ideas guys, I think it most definitely is the ductwork then because there is a register in the room above right around there. I'll try finding another way around. Fun stuff!
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Posted By Mirth

Recessed Lighting: Wiring through 2 joists? And Piece of metal against joist?

Hi all. I'm new to home projects so I apologize if I use the incorrect terminology.

I'm doing a recessed lighting project on the 1st floor of a 2 story house. There's a bedroom above the room so...
10-08-14, 07:22 AM
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Posted By Mirth

Doors making loud noise when closed due to Strike plate

So, I have a roommate who stays up late and gets up early, so I'm usually trying to sleep while he's still up. He goes to the bathroom and back to his bedroom every morning, and every morning I am...
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Posted By Mirth

Well, it went off when I went into the garage. ...

Well, it went off when I went into the garage. It's sooo loud. I quickly grabbed a screwdriver, got the panel down, unplugged the battery and unscrewed the power wires from the system, so now it's...
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Posted By Mirth

Accidentally Armed my House; Can't Disarm

So I bought my first home in May and it's installed with a Simon XT alarm. The previous owners had ADT but I have no company for security. Anyways, the darn thing has been beeping in the morning...
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Posted By Mirth

Thanks for the replies, fellas! Looks like there...

Thanks for the replies, fellas! Looks like there are a few options I could take.

Do any of you have any good links to instructions on patching? Whenever I Google it, it comes up with patching...
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Posted By Mirth

Dent on top of Air Hockey Table

Hi all. I bought an Air Hockey table that has a bit of damage on the surface of the table. Since Air Hockey is all about having a flat surface, it's pretty much unusable until I fix it.

I was...
05-21-14, 07:49 AM
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Posted By Mirth

Just hooked it up and it seems fine! Thanks a...

Just hooked it up and it seems fine! Thanks a bunch!!!!!
05-19-14, 08:53 PM
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Posted By Mirth

Help with wiring on thermostat installation

I've just moved into my new home and wanted to replace the current non-programmable thermostat with the programmable one I have had for a couple years now. Here is some of the information about my...
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