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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That is usually the cistern refilling.
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Your toilet and water supply lines should not create a humming noise anywhere in your house after you flush the toilet, so when you do hear humming, you need to find the cause immediately
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It is most likely the float valve within the toilet tank. When working on the water system, some dirt may have gotten into the water line and now the valve. You can live with it or
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