Why Are My Pipes Moaning When I Flush My Toilet?

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Pipes moan after a toilet is flushed because of a phenomenon called water hammer. Water hammer happens when you turn off a water flow suddenly.
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'cause water is going though them.
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1. Turn off the water shutoff valve located behind and underneath the toilet. 2. Empty the tank by flushing the toilet a couple of times. Sponge up any remaining water in the tank
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Seems your facility is haunted by Moaning Myrtle. Source(s) http://www.hp-lexicon.org/wizards/myrtle….
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Hello John, As the fill valve in the toilet get close to closing fully, the washer starts to "flutter" a bit like the reed on a musical instrument. This vibration, a rapid
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