There was also the issue of whistling or whining noise in the pipes, and Pribuss said that could be caused by a slight blockage in the faucet as the water is being turned on, which causes the water to try and rush past as the faucet is being opened and make the whistling noise. This could happen, for example, if any plumbing was recently replaced. That could also be checked by a plumber for the individual owner.
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Modified on: Thu, 14 Mar, 2013 at 11:43 AM
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