Re: Singing Bathtub



harmonic overload about 24 hours ago
turn the toilet valve off and see what happens, unless of course you have a drip on the tub faucet in which case...there's your answer.
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No effect! And there are absolutely no leaks. the meter's triangle doohickey is at a dead stop. However, the noise has now morphed to something like a heart beat. maybe its a singing groundhog on his last legs.
snipped-for-privacy@aol.comnospam (HotH2O4U2) wrote in message (Louise)

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Try turning the main service valve off and checking, if it still doing it then call the local S.P.C.A. and an electrican.
snipped-for-privacy@herald-leader.com (Louise) wrote in message (Louise)

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Or record a demo and see if anyone will buy it! ;+)
Ken
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