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  • Writer's pictureGilad Ifrach

noises inside the toilet water tank


Noises inside the toilet water tank can be caused by several issues. Here are some common causes and potential solutions:

  1. Running Water:

  • Cause: The toilet may have a leaky flapper or an improperly adjusted fill valve.

  • Solution: Check the flapper for wear and replace if necessary. Ensure the fill valve is set to the correct water level.

  1. Hissing or Whistling:

  • Cause: This is often due to a partially closed or malfunctioning fill valve.

  • Solution: Adjust or replace the fill valve to ensure it operates smoothly.

  1. Gurgling or Bubbling:

  • Cause: Air can get trapped in the water line or the vent stack could be clogged.

  • Solution: Check the vent stack for obstructions. You might need to call a plumber if the problem persists.

  1. Banging or Hammering (Water Hammer):

  • Cause: This is caused by a sudden stop in water flow, creating a shockwave.

  • Solution: Installing a water hammer arrestor can help absorb the shock and reduce the noise.

  1. Refilling Noises:

  • Cause: After a flush, the tank refills, which can make some noise.

  • Solution: This is normal, but if it seems excessively loud, check the fill valve and ensure it's properly adjusted.

Regular maintenance and timely replacement of worn-out parts can help prevent and resolve these issues. If you're unsure or the problem persists, it might be best to consult a professional plumber.

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