<<BTDT. I closed the supply valve up a bit and it stopped. It just takes
a little bit longer to fill up now.
On mine, if close the toilet shutoff valve too much, then this can cause a
different (much worse) hammer problem in which a machine-gun like rattle
Is this a problem that REALLY needs be fixed (to prevent damage to the
pipes), then I think the most cost-effective solution may be just to switch
to a different brand of refill valve that doesn't shut off so abruptly, such
I'm wondering if there a way to tell if the amount of water hammer is severe
enough to be harming the pipes? Is any degree of audible thump or rattle an
indication that the water hammer is harming the pipes, or is this only going
to harm the pipes if it's a really loud bang?