Why Does My Toilet Make a Loud Noise?

Answer

When you flush your toilet, the water filling up in the tank from the pipeline makes the noise.  As with waterfalls, sinks, or any movement of water, the echo of water against another object makes noise.  Toilet water moves fast, so the noise would naturally be a bit louder.
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