Why Does My Toilet Make Noise after Flushing?

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Your toilet makes noise after flushing due to either air that is caught in the pipes or a faulty flushing valve mechanism. This valve is referred to as the ballcock/fill valve. Toilets can either be 'manually operated or automatic.
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Forgive me this,It's late and I'm hearing the call of my bed. certainly it can be air in the lines, or plumbing parts creating the noise,OR, Perhaps, the porcelain Gods are unhappy
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Well there can be many different things wrong with that? u need to give better details like, Where is the noise coming from? do u know? try finding that out and then bring your question
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Could it be the flexible diaphragm inside the flush mechanism thats getting old and less flexible? Not that it's easy to get to it to
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First you most likely have bad brakes they will start squealing when they are to low. Or second you might have a bad rotor or drum it could be warped and it has to be replaced if
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