|Posted by More on May 24, 2002 at 21:57:08:|
|In response to Re: Hammering sounds in the toilet|
First try just opening the faucet a little bit and waiting to see if the hammering occurs. If not, but does occur when the faucet is opened fully, then the hammering comes from supply water rushing around an elbow and causing banging inside the wall.In a condo, you aren't authorized to cut open the walls. Contact a LICENSED plumber.
: I live in a 3-story condo. When I open the faucet in the toilet, after a minute or two, a loud hammering noise comes. After a few minutes, when the faucet is still open, the frequency of this hammering slows down. What is causing this and how to stop this noise?
: Your help is greatly appreciated.
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