Try reducing the mains input pressure a tad by turning the tap half a turn
| >>> Does it stop the noise if you run a tap for a short while?
| >> Thanks Steve. Yes it nearly stops if I run the kitchen tap. When I
| >> the sink I didn't clip the pipe just left them hanging behind the
| >> dishwasher/washing machine. Could this cause it somehow. The noise
| >> a bit like the wind when it whistles through telegraph wires.
| >>> Steve
| > OK, to keep it simple, if this noise started when you did the sink, and
| > you didn't secure the pipes, your next course of action is obviously to
| > secure them. But first I would get up when the noise starts, get under
| > sink with a torch, grab the pipes one at a time, and see what you have
| > do to make it stop. Let's say you *gently* move the pipe to position a,
| > then b, then c, and the noise stops when the pipe is in position c, you
| > need to find a way of securing it in that position.
| > And don't forget to put back any electrical earth bonding, and check for
| > leaks.
| > Steve
| Cheers Steve, I'll try that. Funnily enough though, all was quiet last
| night. Spooky eh!