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i am 28 years old. i have been in the plumbing industry for about 7 years or so. i started off as a helper and have worked my way up the latter. First in Alabama where the plumbing codes were minimal and then in massachusetts where i got most of my experience with boillers and radiant heat as well as rough in installation for custom homes. Now i am a plumber for mostly residential service here in southern california. I enjoy my work as a plumber and the plus about residential service is all the different jobs i get to do. no two days are ever the same.

now that i have introduced myself can anyone help me with the humming water line problem one of my customers have?

thank you
 

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Thank you for the intro. I made the correction to your age for you. I can not help with that problem, but there are some who may. Give them a bit to respond as this is the weekend, most of us like to kick back and have a beer or three, or was that 6? No, sorry, 8. I think. 9? Anyone?
 

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Welcome .

Couple things come to mind ,,,

-bad PRV valve .

- Pressure to high

- MAYBE ,,, bad flapper in W.C going un noticed ,, ballcock it just barely kicking on allowing humming . Have seen this a few times and it drives ya nuts till it is finally diagnosed .

Let us know !

Cal
 
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