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I have a mystery suction cup noise in my house, I can't figure out what it is. Guesses are welcome......
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[quote:WindyMind:MV8yNzYxMTYxXzQ4MTU5ODYwXzhFMjdDQzM4] [quote:WindyMind:MV8yNzYxMTYxXzQ4MTU5ODIxXzlENEMzOUFB] [quote:Eagle 66260455:MV8yNzYxMTYxXzQ4MTU5NzgzXzgyRjFGNzMx] DO YOU have hot water heating in the home ??? IfSO, it could be air bubbles in the pipes 'rounding the corners of the vertical pipes, into the horizontal pipes . I have that, FOR that reason. Eagle [/quote] Ok, that's a good idea. All my pipes are high, above the ceiling and none in the area that I am hearing the sound. Thanks for the reply. [/quote] It does sound like when the sink empties of water, but it's not by the sink. [/quote]
I hear it mostly in one of the bedrooms. It seems to be low (a foot or 2 from the floor). I heard it once in the kitchen also.
I am kinda worried that something is wrong and I don't know what to look for.
I do have a new roof but if it is the shingles why do I hear the sound so low?
I can't imagine what it is. I hate to ignore it, in case it's important.
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